Beige Marble

SKU: M103 Category:

Location: Iran


 Density: 2.5-2.7 grams per cubic centimeter
Hardness: 3-4 on the Mohs scale
Malleability: Good, easily scratched and marked
Color: Usually white, with visible pink, yellow, gray, and black colors
Water absorption: High
Corrosion resistance: Low
Pressure resistance: Low

Not recommended for outdoor use.


Beige Marble is a type of sedimentary stone that is formed from carbonate rocks such as lime and dolomite under certain conditions. This stone is composed of limestones that are affected by high pressure and heat deep in the earth. When lime is subjected to pressure, some of its carbonates can turn into marble due to chemical and physical changes.


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Physical properties:
Hardness: Marble is a hard stone and has a hardness of 3 to 4 on the Mohs scale. This means that it has significant scratch and wear resistance.
Density: Marble has a high density and is usually relatively heavy. This property makes it suitable for use in construction and building materials.
Reflectivity: Marble stone has a smooth and reflective surface that gives it a luxurious and beautiful appearance. This property makes it suitable for use in ornamental and decorative materials.
Transparency: Some types of marble have a natural transparency, which is called transparent marble or crystalline marble. This feature is observed in some cases of marble and gives more beauty to the stone.

chemical properties:
Chemical composition: Marble is composed of calcium carbonate. Its main chemical composition is calcium carbonate (CaCO3), which is present as crystalline crystals in the rock structure.
Solubility: Marble has solubility in acids. For example, sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid can dissolve and leach marble. This feature is used to clean the marble surface.
Water absorption: marble can absorb water due to its porous structure. This property limits marble in some uses.