Lodestone Nature's Magnet
Magnetic by nature. Yes, a paperclip will stick to it!
Found only in two locations in the USA. Lodestone also called Magnititee, or magnetic iron ore, Magnetite iron oxide mineral (FeFe2O4, or Fe3O4) that is the chief member of one of the series of the spinel group. Minerals in this series form black to brownish, metallic, moderately hard octahedrons and masses in igneous and metamorphic rocks and in granite pegmatites, stony meteorites, and high-temperature sulfide veins. The magnetite series also contains magnesioferrite (magnesium iron oxide, MgFe2O4), franklinite (zinc iron oxide, ZnFe2O4), jacobsite (manganese iron oxide, MnFe2O4), and trevorite (nickel iron oxide, NiFe2O4)Lodestone forms in a massive habit with no definite viable Chrystalen structure.
Quantity: 2 per Order
Size: 1.75" - 2.5" each
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