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Sylvite, or sylvine, is potassium chloride (KCl) in natural mineral form. It forms crystals in the isometric system very similar to normal rock salt, halite (NaCl).

Sylvite Mineral Data

Sylvite. Comments: Translucent sylvite crystal cluster, somewhat deliquescent. Location: F.O. Kailwerk, Sigmundshall, near Wunstorf, Niedersachsen, Germany.


Sylvite/Sylco is a wholesale terminal and logistical company. The organization has developed into a major independent supplier of plant nutrients and other ...

Sylvite Agri Services LTD.

Sylvite Agri-Service: Delivery: Cash : Basis : SOYBEANS - SUNNYSIDE: 2015 - Crop 2016 - Crop SOYBEANS - OFF FARM: 2015 - Crop - Feb.

sylvite | mineral |

Sylvite, halide mineral, potassium chloride (KCl), the chief source of potassium. It is rarer than halite (sodium chloride) and occurs as soft, bitter-tasting, white ...

SYLVITE (Potassium Chloride) - Amethyst Galleries

Sylvite, also called sylvine, is a major source of potassium or potash used in fertilizer products. So great is the need for potassium that sylvite deposits are ...

Sylvite: Sylvite mineral information and data. -

Sylvite mineral data, information about Sylvite, its properties and worldwide locations. <M>Halite Group</M>


In 1989, Sylvite Sales (USA) was incorporated by two entrepreneurs, Jim Brown and Hugh Loomans. They created the company in the United States as an ...

Sylvite | Define Sylvite at

noun 1. a common mineral, potassium chloride, KCl, colorless to milky-white or red, occurring in crystals, usually cubes, and masses with cubic cleavage, bitter in ...

Sylvite | Definition of Sylvite by Merriam-Webster

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