3 Marble Material Texture (Seamless) DrCG No 71
WHAT MARBLE IS USED FOR?
A wide variety of materials can benefit from marble’s properties. Marvelous work of art, both built and sculpted. Its chemical properties are put to use in pharmaceuticals and in agriculture
. Its optical qualities have found use in the cosmetics, paint, and paper industries.
It’s abundant and inexpensive, thus it gets employed in crushed stone. Marble’s distinctive qualities make it useful in a wide variety of industries.The many applications are illustrated by these pictures and their captions.
Marble is widely used in architectural and artistic applications. Its primary components are calcite, dolomite, or both. The Paleozoic and Precambrian eras saw the creation of the majority of commercial marbles.
Marble can be found in Belgium, France, Greece, India, Italy, Spain, and the UK. There are substantial marble reserves in South America. A majority of the country’s marble comes from Georgia. Marble is mined in Alabama, Colorado, Montana, Tennessee, Texas, and Vermont.