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Moroxite is a mineral, a crystallized form of apatite. It has a greenish-blue or brown color. It is found in Aren-dal, Norway, and also in Pargas, Finland. The name is derived from a certain Greek word applied to a stone used by the Ancients in bleaching linen.


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