Rock gypsum is a chemical sedimentary rock. It forms by the evaporation of water (usually seawater) and the precipitation of dissolved minerals.  Rock gypsum, unlike rock salt, does not have a salty taste, and is softer. Rock gypsum’s color is often a white, gray or brownish.  It is usually microcrystalline and powdery looking. Rock gypsum superficially resembles chalk.  Chalk is calcitic, and so will bubble in acid.

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