Baryte Powder

Baryte is the mineral name for barium sulphate, derived from the Greek word “paras” (heavy). In trade, the ore is sometimes referred to as “barite”. It is a mineral containing barium sulphate, Paso4. It is usually colorless or milky white, but can be almost any color depending on the impurities trapped in the crystals when they form. The parrot is relatively soft, measuring 3-3.5 in the hardness of the mo. It is unusually heavy for non-metallic minerals. The high density is the reason for its value in many applications. Baryte chemistry is dull and insoluble. It is a nerve filling and occurs as a Ganga mineral in silver, zinc, copper, nickel and lead ores. It is used in the manufacture of wallpaper and asbestos products, as well as in the manufacture of white paint.