Anhydrite is a white mineral made up of anhydrous calcium sulphate. It usually occurs in evaporate deposits, and it is chemically similar to gypsum but harder and a little less soluble. This compound's chemical formula is CaSO4.
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a mineral, anhydrous calcium sulfate, CaSO4, usually occurring in whitish or slightly colored masses.