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Rock-Forming Minerals - Geology - About.com
A handful of very abundant minerals account for the great majority of the Earth's rocks. These rock-forming minerals are the ones that define the bulk chemistry of  ...
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Minerals That Live on the Earth's Surface - Geology - About.com
Geologists know about thousands of different minerals locked in rocks, but when rocks are exposed at the Earth's surface and fall victim to weathering, just a ...
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What Are Minerals? Four Things That Define Them - Geology
If you play "Twenty Questions," the first question is "Animal, vegetable or mineral? " If the answer is "mineral," it could mean anything that isn't alive or formerly ...
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Minerals and Gemstones - Geology - About.com
Minerals, gemstones, and how to identify them. ... Minerals & Gemstones. All about minerals and their precious cousins, the gemstones.
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Minerals and Mineralogy - Geology - About.com
Minerals, their identification, and the deeper science behind them.
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Sulfide Minerals - Geology - About.com
The sulfide minerals represent higher temperatures and a slightly deeper setting than the sulfate minerals, which reflect the oxygen-rich environment near the ...
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The Silicate Minerals - Geology - About.com
The great majority of rocks are made of silicate minerals.
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Gemstones to Minerals, Minerals to Gemstones Guide - Geology
... bottom list starts with the mineral name. Gemstone links go to photos of the gemstones. Mineral links go to photos and more information about the minerals.
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Sulfate Minerals - Geology - About.com
Sulfate minerals are delicate and occur near the Earth's surface in sedimentary rocks such as limestone, gypsum rock and rock salt. Sulfates tend to live where ...
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Oxide Minerals - Geology - About.com
The oxide minerals are compounds of metallic elements plus oxygen, with two prominent exceptions: ice and quartz. Ice (H2O) always gets left out of the mineral ...
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