Portland, OR -- 01/12/2018 -- Fluorite or fluorspar is one of the commercially significant minerals, which consists of calcium and fluorine or CaF2. Thus, it is a commercially important source of fluorine. It possesses glassy luster and occurs in variety of attractive colors due to presence of trace amount of other elements substituting calcium. The different uses of fluorite are as a flux in the aluminum industry, as a source of fluorine for hydrofluoric acid production, in stages of cryogenically cooled thermal imaging, as gemstone, and others.
The growth of the global fluorite market is driven by increase in demand for fluorite in the chemicals industry and rise in use of fluorine in glass industries. However, limited presence of this mineral in certain regions hampers the market growth.
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The report segments the fluorite market on the basis of deposit type, grade, application, and geography. Based on deposit type, the market is divided into hydrothermal veins & stockworks, stratiform replacement deposits, and others. By grade, it is categorized into acid grade fluorite, ceramic grade fluorite, and metallurgical grade fluorite. Applications covered in the study include chemical industry, building material industry, metallurgical industry, and others. Geographical breakdown of the market includes North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA.
Fluorite Market Key Segments:
By Deposit Type
-Hydrothermal Veins & Stockworks
-Stratiform Replacement Deposits
-Acid Grade Fluorite
-Ceramic Grade Fluorite
-Metallurgical Grade Fluorite
-Building Material Industry
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