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Pronunciation: (floor'īt, flôr'-, flōr'-), [key]
a common mineral, calcium fluoride, CaF2, occurring in green, blue, purple, yellow, or colorless crystals, usually in cubes: the principal source of fluorine, used also as a flux in metallurgy and for ornament. Also called fluor, fluorspar, fluor spar.

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