Barytes from Strontian, Scotland rock thin section Keyring (K63)
A thin rock section of Barytes was viewed using crossed polarising filters. Barytes is an ore Rock and contains Barium Sulphate, also known as Heavy Spar. From the lead mines at Strontian, Lochaber. Scotland. This was where the element STRONTIUM was discovered, and named after the village. This is the only major element named after a place, anywhere.
Silver coloured high quality metal keyrings with a colourful dye-sublimation printed picture of a microscope image on one side that gives a durable and scratch resistant finish.
Keyrings measure 42x25mm (measured without including ring).
Supplied in a presentation box with a label describing the image.
Free UK delivery on orders over £10 (£1 delivery charge for orders below £10).
Delivery charges for overseas orders are calculated in the shopping basket.
Orders are normally sent out within 2 working days.