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Rutile is a naturally occurring mineral and one of the main sources of titanium, an important metal in various industries. It is characterized by its dark red to brown color and metallic luster. Rutile is also one of the hardest minerals and resistant to many environmental influences. Due to its high titanium oxide content, Rutile is used in the production of titanium metal, pigments for paints and varnishes, and in glass production. Its hardness and resistance make it a valuable raw material in various technical and creative applications.

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