Clay Mineralogy. Clay is a particle SIZE Predominant make-up is SECONDARY minerals. Minerals can be crystalline or amorphous. Example: SiO 2 crystalline QUARTZ (SiO 2 ) : resistant to weathering Amorphous silica (SiO 2 ) : 10x more soluble. Silicate Clays (crystalline)

By3-D figures. Reflectional Symmetry. For 2D figure: If a plane figure can be divided by a line into two identical parts and these parts are mirror images of each other, then we say that the figure has reflectional symmetry. . axis of symmetry-> . Reflectional Symmetry. For 3D- figure:

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ByClays: Colloidal Properties in Nanodomain. Siddhartha S. Mukhopadhyay Electron Microscopy and Nanoscience Laboratory, Punjab Agricultural University Ludhiana – 141004, India [e-mail <s iddhartha_soil@yahoo.co.in >, < ssmukho@pau.edu >]. Why clay?.

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ByChapter 2 Section 2. Minerals. What is a mineral?. What are the components of a mineral? Naturally occurring Solid substance Inorganic Orderly crystalline structure Definite chemical composition Ex: Quartz SiO 2 (silicon & oxygen) ALL rocks are COMPOSED of minerals.

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ByPost-optimiza tion of Delaunay tetrahedrization. Pavel Maur, Ivana Kolingerová Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of West Bohemia Czech Republic Supported by the Ministry of Education of Czech Republic project MSM 235200005. Content. tetrahedrization

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ByCrystal structure of Diamond. Diamond structure is like a face-centered cubic(FCC) lattice. Each carbon atom joins four other carbon atoms in regular tetrahedrons. A tetrahedron has four faces and six edges. It is like an Egyptian pyramid in which the base is a triangle instead of a square.

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