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Travertine

Travertine

Travertine is widely used for floors, walls, exterior walkways and surfaces. The product is usually filled before it is finished and polished, but is often used in exterior construction unfinished.
Travertine is a sedimentary rock. It is a natural chemical precipitate of carbonate minerals; typically aragonite, but often recrystallized to, or primarily, calcite.Travertine forms as calcium carbonate is deposited from the water of mineral springs or rivulets that are saturated with dissolved calcium bicarbonate. The spring water from which the calcium carbonate precipitates can be hot, warm or cold. The rate of deposition increases with the temperature of the water, or alternatively, when biotic material accelerates the process of precipitation.The ornate columns of travertine in caves are an example of an inorganic chemical sedimentary rock.Travertine stone are generally beige or bronze in color or clear.