High Dense (Magnetite)

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Magnetite strongly magnetic specimens that act as natural magnets are known as Lodstone. Magnetite is one of the most iniquitous minerals occurring in a great variety of igneous metamorphic and sedimentary rocks, typically as disseminated crystals or grains comprising less than one percent of their host rock.

Magnetite often occurs in metamorphic rock which formed from ferruginous sediments in both regional and contact forming by the reduction of magnetite and ferric hydroxide minerals banded percombrine iron formation commonly contain magnetite.

  • Chemical composition – Iron (IV) oxide Fe3O4
  • Class – Oxide
  • Color – Gray, brown to black
  • Luster – Metallic to sub-metallic


Magnetite is very easy to identify it is of just a few minerals that are attracted to a common magner.

Application and Uses

  • Abrasive
  • Magnetite as a Heavy media

High dense

High dense is a high-quality material and weighting agent exist underground in drilling mud it has a crystal structure and it is si beneficial being kind of structure, It is so heavy when you compare this with same size item.