|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|olivine crystal system||1.35||0.9||6611||49|
|olivine chemical formula||1.48||0.2||4234||84|
|olivine pools maui||0.16||0.5||5255||51|
Olivine is used as a slag conditioner and a refractory in the steel industry. In the refractory industry it can be useful as block olivine for furnace linings, ladle linings, patching compounds, crushed olivine mixed with a binder for refractory brick manufacture, etc. Olivine can be the most cost-effective raw material for...What are the characteristics of olivine?
Olivine is usually green in color but can also be yellow-green, greenish yellow, or brown. It is transparent to translucent with a glassy luster and a hardness between 6.5 and 7.0. It is the only common igneous mineral with these properties.What is olivine made of?
Olivine (Peridot) Olivine (or chrysolite) is a silicate mineral made of magnesium iron silicate with the formula (Mg,Fe)2SiO4. It ranges in colour from chartreuse green to pale olive. In its gem form, it is called peridot. Dunite is a rock of 90%+ olivine.Where to find olivine?
Olivine in the U.S. While olivine is still mined to this day on Zabargad Island, it can also be found in places across the US. Peridot Mesa, which is on the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona, is one area where olivine is found. The stone is mined by the Native Americans there.