Examples from the Web for magnesite
Magnesite, as noted above, is the name of a mineral, the composition of which is magnesium carbonate.
Under the high prices which prevailed during the war, dolomite was to some extent substituted for magnesite.
In 1913 the American production of magnesite was only 9600 tons.Creative Chemistry|Edwin E. Slosson
The green jade-like stone known in New Zealand as tangiwai is bowenite, a translucent serpentine with enclosures of magnesite.
Austrian magnesite, however, will be likely to dominate the market in the future if delivered at anything like pre-war prices.