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Method Of How Calcite Is Mined

Calcite is a ubiquitous mineral. Ubiquitous means found everywhere. Calcite occurs in igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks and is the most commonly encountered carbonate mineral. If you place one drop of cold hydrochloric acid on calcite, the entire drop of acid will erupt with bubbles and a vigorous fizz will last for a few seconds.