Steatīts, ziepjakmens (Steatite, Soapstone, Potstone, Speckstone, Topfstein, Стеатит)

A massive variety of Talc with a greasy feeling, often used for ornamental carvings. [30]

Steatite is a massive and often impure variety of Talc, often found in association with serpentine and chlorite schists. Steatite is also called a Soapstone because the material may feel soapy when touched.

Steatite is very soft because of the high talc content and it is easily cut with metal tools. Steatite is used for carved souvenirs and ornamental objects. [37]

Krāsa Zaļgana[37], Sarkanīga[37], Dzeltenīga[37], Zaļgani brūna[37], Balta[37]
Spīdums Taukains[37], Zīda[58], Matēts[58]
Caurspīdīgums Necaurspīdīgs[37]
Cietība 1[37], 2 - 3[58][56]
Čakra 1. saknes Muladhara[58]
Kaites Radikulīts[58], Pūtītes[9], Osteohondroze[58], Išiass[58], Izsitumi[9], Ekzēma[9]
Ķīmiskā formula Mg3Si4O10(OH)2[56]
Blīvums (g/cm3) 2,2 - 2,8[37], 2,6 - 3,3[58][56]
Atradnes Krievija-Karēlija[58], Krievija-Kola[56], Somija[58][56]
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