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25.01 Salt (including table salt and denaturedsalt) and pure sodium chloride, whetheror not in aqueous solution or containingadded anti- caking or free- flowingagents; sea water.
2502.0000 Unroasted iron pyrites.
2503.0000 Sulphur of all kinds, other than sublimedsulphur, precipitated sulphur andcolloidal sulphur.
25.04 Natural graphite.
25.05 Natural sands of all kinds, whether ornot coloured, other than metal bearingsands of chapter 26.
25.06 Quartz (other than natural sands);quartzite, whether or not roughlytrimmed or merely cut, by sawing orotherwise, into blocks or slabs of arectangular (including square) shape.
2507.0000 Kaolin and other kaolinic clays,whetheror not calcined.
25.08 Other clays (not including expandedclays of heading 68.06), andalusite,kyanite and sillimanite, whether or notcalcined; mullite; chamotte or dinasearths.
2509.0000 Chalk.
25.10 Natural calcium phosphates, naturalaluminium calcium phosphates andphosphatic chalk.
25.11 Natural barium sulphate (barytes);natural barium carbonate (witherite),whether or not calcined, other thanbarium oxide of heading 28.16.
2512.0000 Siliceous fossil meals (for example,kieselguhr, tripolite and diatomite) andsimilar siliceous earths, whether or notcalcined, of an apparent specific gravityof 1 or less.
25.13 Pumice stone; emery; naturalcorundum, natural garnet and othernatural abrasives, whether or not heat treated.
2514.0000 Slate, whether or not roughly trimmed ormerely cut, by sawing or otherwise, intoblocks or slabs of a rectangular(including square) shape.
25.15 Marble, travertine, ecaussine and othercalcareous monumental or buildingstone of an apparent specific gravity of 2.5 or more, and alabaster, whether ornot roughly trimmed or merely cut, bysawing or otherwise, into blocks orslabs of a rectangular (includin
25.16 Granite, porphyry, basalt, sandstoneand other monumental or buildingstone, whether or not roughly trimmedor merely cut, by sawing or otherwise,into blocks or slabs of a rectangular(including square) shape.
25.17 Pebbles, gravel, broken or crushedstone, of a kind commonly used forconcrete aggregates, for road metallingor for railway or other ballast, shingleand flint, whether or not heat- treated;macadam of slag, dross or similarindustrial waste, whether or notinc
25.18 Dolomite, whether or not calcined orsintered, including dolomite roughlytrimmed or merely cut, by sawing orotherwise, into blocks or slabs of arectangular (including square) shape;dolomite ramming mix.
25.19 Natural magnesium carbonate(magnesite); fused magnesia; dead burned (sintered) magnesia, whether ornot containing small quantities of otheroxides added before sintering; othermagnesium oxide, whether or not pure.
25.20 Gypsum; anhydrite; plasters (consistingof calcined gypsum or calcium sulphate)whether or not coloured, with or withoutsmall quantities of accelerators orretarders.
2521.0000 Limestone flux; limestone and othercalcareous stone, of a kind used for themanufacture of lime or cement.
25.22 Quicklime, slaked lime and hydrauliclime, other than calcium oxide andhydroxide of heading 28.25.
25.23 Portland cement, aluminous cement,slag cement, supersulphate cement andsimilar hydraulic cements, whether ornot coloured or in the form of clinkers.
25.24 Asbestos.
25.25 Mica, including splittings; mica waste.
25.26 Natural steatite, whether or not roughlytrimmed or merely cut, by sawing orotherwise, into blocks or slabs of arectangular (including square) shape;talc.
2528.0000 Natural borates and concentratesthereof (whether or not calcined), butnot including borates separated fromnatural brine; natural boric acidcontaining not more than 85 % of H3BO3calculated on the dry weight.
25.29 Feldspar; leucite; nepheline andnepheline syenite; fluorspar.
25.30 Mineral substances not elsewherespecified or included.
 

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