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Cassiterite
Two bipyramids of cassiterite, the mineral form of tin dioxide. Cassiterite, a widespread minor constituent of igneous rocks, has been the chief tin ore throughout ancient history and remains the most important source of tin today. Its lustre and multiple crystal faces produce a desirable gemstone.Photo: Alchemist-hp

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