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Mineral Jeopardy!. Mineral Jeopardy!. Minerals are always in which state of matter?. Solid. What does organic mean? Are minerals organic?. Living. Minerals are INORGANIC. Particles lined up in a repeating pattern form what?. Crystal Structure.

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Minerals are always in

which state of matter?

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What does organic mean?

Are minerals organic?

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Naturally occurring

Inorganic

Solid

Crystal structure

Chemical composition

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Coal is NOT a mineral.

It is a naturally occurring solid, but comes from plant matter, so it is ORGANIC.

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1. By cooling of molten material

2. Evaporationwhen dissolved in solution

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Salt.

Its chemical formula is Sodium Chloride - NaCl

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Magma& Lava.

Magmais under ground, Lavais above.

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Large: High temperature, slow cooling.

Small: Low temperature, fast cooling.

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What is a vein?

How does it form?

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Channel of minerals that is different from the surrounding rock.

  • When solution crystallizes below the surface.
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Color

Streak

Luster

Hardness

Cleavage/Fracture

Crystal Structure

Density

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Fluorescence

Magnetic

Reacts to acid

Generates electricity

Radioactive

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Talc = 1

Diamond = 10

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Fractureis when something breaks irregularly.

Cleavage breaks along flat surfaces.

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What is an atom?

List the 3 subatomic particles.

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An atom is the smallest unit of an element.

The subatomic particles are Protons, Electrons, & Neutrons.

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Define DENSITY.

What is the formula for density and its units?

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Amount of matter in a given space.

D = mass divided by volume

Units are g/mL

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A mineral with a mass of 52g was put into a graduated cylinder. What is its volume and density?

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Volume = 15mL

Density = 52g/15mL

3.46g/mL

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