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  • Mineral astronomy is a lecture and an article about minerals that occur in, on, around and between astronomical objects. It is a stand-alone lecture as
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  • A rock that is precipitated out of a solution, either the solution is saturated and the excess is deposited without eveporation. Or the solution eveporates
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  • Metamorphic is any type of rock formation that has bee subducted into the athenosphere, and along with heat and or pressure changes its crystal structure
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  • Mineral astronomy is the use of various astronomical techniques to locate and identify minerals and mineral deposits, especially on astronomical rocky
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  • Australia. Mineralogy is a lecture and an article about the science of minerals offered by the school of geology in conjunction with the astronomy department
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  • Minerals is a lecture and an article. It is about solid, crystalline substances that occur in and compose astronomical objects. It focuses on materials
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  • Alkaline earth metal minerals Alkali metal minerals Alloy minerals Aluminum minerals Mineral astronomy Carbon minerals Chalcogen minerals Crystallography Gems
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  • Mineralogy is the scientific study of minerals. Minerals are solid crystalline substances of natural occurrence. Def. any "naturally occurring
    104 KB (9,137 words) - 02:46, 21 April 2016
  • "Clear ice refers to a solid precipitation which forms when air temperature is between 0 °C (32 °F) and -3 °C (27 °F) and there are supercooled, relatively
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  • Carbonides are naturally occurring minerals composed of 50 atomic percent, or more, carbon. Carbonide-like minerals with greater than 25 at % carbon are
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  • Often a mineral appears blue due to the presence of copper or sulfur. Glaucophane is a blue silicate that owes its color to its characteristic formation
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  • Minerals are usually solid, inorganic substances of natural occurrence. Main sources: Chemicals/Materials and Materials Pine Spruce Larch Juniper
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  • Minerals containing transuranics are not rare. But, the stability of such isotopes makes it unlikely to find large concentrations of specific elements
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  • technology Minerals/Metals/Transitions Willard Lincoln Roberts, George Robert Rapp, Jr., and Julius Weber (1974). Encyclopedia of Minerals. 450 West
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  • Blue minerals is a lecture and an article from the school of geology and the astronomy department of the school of physics and astronomy. It is about blue
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  • Chalcogen minerals is a lecture and an article from the school of geology and the astronomy department. It is about solid, crystalline substances that
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  • Silicate minerals are those with more atomic percent silicon oxide than other constituent elements. For example, kaolinite is Al2Si2O5(OH)4. If aluminum
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  • usually included. Each of the elements in group 1 has or may have native mineral occurrences on Earth or elsewhere nearby. Native hydrogen is not
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  • Halogen minerals is a lecture and an article from the school of geology and the astronomy department. It is about solid, crystalline substances that occur
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  • variety of minerals. On the right, is an example of almost completely clear fluorite (CaF2). Impurities can give color. Some halogen minerals are called
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