Strontianite (strontium carbonate) is a white or gray mineral that is found in nature usually
associated with calcite and celestite. When it is burned, strontianite produces reddish-purple
flame, which is useful for fireworks. Commercial mines occur in Spain, Mexico, and Germany.
Strontianite is a source of strontium.
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