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Rocks and Mineral

Rocks and Mineral

chapters 3 and 4 of Glencoe Earth Science On Minerals and Rocks

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Rocks and Minerals

Rocks and Minerals

Chapters 3 and 4 power point for Glencoe Earth Science

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Minerals section 3-1

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7 th Grade Science. Minerals section 3-1. Minerals. A mineral is Naturally occurring Inorganic or not dead material Solid Crystal Structure Definite chemical composition. Not a mineral (coal). Minerals. Inorganic - material was never part of an organism that was once living

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PROPERTIES OF MINERALS Chapter 2, Section 1

PROPERTIES OF MINERALS Chapter 2, Section 1

PROPERTIES OF MINERALS Chapter 2, Section 1. By Rusty Sturken Sixth Grade Science teacher Duluth Middle School August, 2010. What is a mineral?. A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic solid that has a crystal structure and a definite chemical composition.

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PROPERTIES  OF MINERALS Chapter 2, Section 1

PROPERTIES OF MINERALS Chapter 2, Section 1

PROPERTIES OF MINERALS Chapter 2, Section 1. By Rusty Sturken Sixth Grade Science teacher Duluth Middle School August, 2010. What is a mineral?. A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic solid that has a crystal structure and a definite chemical composition.

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Minerals 1

Minerals 1

Rocks vs. Minerals. To be considered a mineral, 5 requirements must be metNaturally occurringInorganic (Exception: material formed by the activity of animals...pearls)SolidDefinite chemical structure which provides for specific physical propertiesRecurring atomic structure (crystal). Rocks vs.

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Minerals in Thin Section

Minerals in Thin Section

Minerals in Thin Section. Quartz. Microcline. Perthite. Plagioclase. Plagioclase. Plagioclase. Nepheline. Nepheline. Cordierite. Cordierite. Epidote. Epidote. Epidote. Muscovite. Muscovite. Biotite. Biotite with Haloes. Biotite with Haloes. Biotite. Phlogopite. Phlogopite.

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Section 2: Identifying Minerals

Section 2: Identifying Minerals

Section 2: Identifying Minerals. Preview Key Ideas Physical Properties of Minerals Mineral Color, Luster, and Streak Mineral Cleavage and Fracture Types of Basic Crystalline Systems Special Properties of Minerals Maps in Action. Key Ideas.

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Section 2:  Identifying Minerals

Section 2: Identifying Minerals

Section 2: Identifying Minerals. Preview Key Ideas Physical Properties of Minerals Mineral Color, Luster, and Streak Mineral Cleavage and Fracture Types of Basic Crystalline Systems Special Properties of Minerals Maps in Action. Key Ideas.

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1:1 Clay Minerals

1:1 Clay Minerals

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