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minerals guide
diamonds v graphite
what makes a mineral?
physical properties
silicate group
chem composition: only C... different crystal structure
-naturally occurring... -solid... -formed by geological processes... -…
-color... -hardness... -cleavage... -luster... -streak
-si & o most common... -largest group of minerals
diamonds v graphite
chem composition: only C... different crystal structure
what makes a mineral?
-naturally occurring... -solid... -formed by geological processes... -…
Mineral Guide
Graphite
Limonite
Galena
Chalcopyrite
Luster: Metallic... Hardness:1-2... Streak: Black... Color: Black... Clea…
Luster: Metallic to earth... Hardness: 1-5.5... Streak: Yellow Brow…
Luster: Metallic... Hardness: 2.5... Streak: Gray Black... Color: lead…
Luster: Metallic... Hardness: 3.5-4... Streak: Dark green to black…
Graphite
Luster: Metallic... Hardness:1-2... Streak: Black... Color: Black... Clea…
Limonite
Luster: Metallic to earth... Hardness: 1-5.5... Streak: Yellow Brow…
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Study Guide Minerals
Quartz
Zircon
Sylvite
Uraninite
SiO2
ZrSiO4
KCl
UO2
Quartz
SiO2
Zircon
ZrSiO4
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Rocks and Minerals Study Guide
cleavage
rock
hardness
luster
the tendency of a material to split easily along flat surface…
a solid material made up of one or more minerals. (noun)
a measure of how easily a mineral can be scratched. (noun)
the way a mineral shines, or reflects light. (noun)
cleavage
the tendency of a material to split easily along flat surface…
rock
a solid material made up of one or more minerals. (noun)
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Minerals study guide
Zinc
Iodine
Chromium
Calcium
Found in oysters and helps in wound healing
Lack of can cause goilters
regulates insulin
Helps with blood clotting, muscle contractions and blood pres…
Zinc
Found in oysters and helps in wound healing
Iodine
Lack of can cause goilters
Science minerals guide
Color
Luster
Hardness
Cleavage
how you see a mineral
How a mineral reflects light metallic or non metallic
scale 1-10 ability to scratch or be scratched
ability to break along a plane (No cleavage=fractures)
Color
how you see a mineral
Luster
How a mineral reflects light metallic or non metallic
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Nutrition Minerals Guide
Calcium (E)
Calcium (D)
Calcium (F)
Chlorine (E)
Essential for bones & teeth mineralization, muscle contraction.
Deficiency of this mineral is osteoporosis (adults), ricketts…
Foods include: dairy products, beans, oysters, broccoli
Essential for fluid & acid/base balance, forms gastric juices…
Calcium (E)
Essential for bones & teeth mineralization, muscle contraction.
Calcium (D)
Deficiency of this mineral is osteoporosis (adults), ricketts…
12 terms
Minerals color guide
Fracture
Cleavage
Crystal
Mohs scale
Uneven surface when it breaks
Breaks along a flat surface
Atoms in a mineral are arranged in a way that forms a particu…
A scale that consists of 10 minerals, ranked for softest to h…
Fracture
Uneven surface when it breaks
Cleavage
Breaks along a flat surface
Atom, bonds and minerals review guide
Describe the location of particles in…
How many neutrons does the element sil…
How many electrons does the element pl…
why is plastic not considered a mineral
The center of the atom is called the nucleus.
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Plastic is not naturally occurring, its made from oil, oil is…
Describe the location of particles in…
The center of the atom is called the nucleus.
How many neutrons does the element sil…
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Minerals and chemistry guide
Matter
Element
Atom
Molecule
Anything that takes up space and has mass
A form of meter that contains one type of atom
The smallest particles of elects that still have all the prop…
The smallest particle of a compound, formed by combining 2 or…
Matter
Anything that takes up space and has mass
Element
A form of meter that contains one type of atom
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Minerals and Rocks Review Guide
Characteristics of Minerals
Color
Streak
Luster
Naturally Occurring; Solid; Inorganic; Crystalline
Outward Appearance of the Mineral
The color of the powder that a mineral leaves on a piece of p…
The way the surface of the mineral reflects light
Characteristics of Minerals
Naturally Occurring; Solid; Inorganic; Crystalline
Color
Outward Appearance of the Mineral
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Minerals (Anticipation Guide) Handout
Phosphorus
Typical adult use of ____is about 10 t…
Potassium is the major electrolyte con…
_____ necessary component of the stoma…
Most of the ______ in the diet is absorbed and used by the bo…
Sodium
Inside the cell
Chloride
Phosphorus
Most of the ______ in the diet is absorbed and used by the bo…
Typical adult use of ____is about 10 t…
Sodium
Minerals Stucy Guide
K Feldspar
Plagioclase Feldspar
Quartz
Magnetite
K Feldspar
Plagioclase Feldspar
Minerals Study Guide
luster
streak
cleavage
fracture
the way a mineral reflects light
the color of the powder of a mineral
the splitting of a mineral along smooth, flat surfaces
the manner in which a mineral breaks along either curved or i…
luster
the way a mineral reflects light
streak
the color of the powder of a mineral
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Minerals Review Guide
How are minerals grouped?
Percent for Silicates in Earth's Crust
What is an element
What are Carbonates
They are grouped according to composition
90%
A substance that contains the only one type of atom
Is the second most common group
How are minerals grouped?
They are grouped according to composition
Percent for Silicates in Earth's Crust
90%
minerals study guide
naturally occurring
inorganic
solid
definite chemical composition
Minerals are formed in nature, not made by people
Minerals are not made of living things
Minerals can't be gas or liquid
Minerals are made of an exact formula and have the same mater…
naturally occurring
Minerals are formed in nature, not made by people
inorganic
Minerals are not made of living things
minerals study guide
streak
hardness/mohs scale
color of minerals
luster
the powdered form of a mineral
a mineral's resistance to being scratched
mineral come in a variety of different colors
the way surface reflects light
streak
the powdered form of a mineral
hardness/mohs scale
a mineral's resistance to being scratched
Minerals Study Guide
Luster
Hardness
Crystal Form
Color
How a mineral reflects light
Moh's Scale (1-10) how easily the mineral is scratched
Basic shape due to arrangement of atoms
May vary sample to sample
Luster
How a mineral reflects light
Hardness
Moh's Scale (1-10) how easily the mineral is scratched
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minerals study guide(><)
Mineral
Geologist
Transparent
Translucent
a solid inorganic substance of natural occurrence
a scientist who studies the solid and liquid matter that cons…
(of a material or article) allowing light to pass through so…
(of a substance) allowing light, but not detailed images, to…
Mineral
a solid inorganic substance of natural occurrence
Geologist
a scientist who studies the solid and liquid matter that cons…
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Rocks and Minerals study guide
metamorphic
sedimentary
igneous
minerals
This rock is (igneous/sedimentary/metamorphic)
This rock is (igneous/sedimentary/metamorphic)
This rock is (igneous/sedimentary/metamorphic)
Elements make (minerals/elements/rocks) and then...
metamorphic
This rock is (igneous/sedimentary/metamorphic)
sedimentary
This rock is (igneous/sedimentary/metamorphic)
20 terms
minerals study guide
Inorganic
Magma
Lava
Gems
Means NOT living nor has it ever been living
Melted rock inside Earth is called...
Magma that reaches Earth's surface is called...
Rare minerals that can be cut and polished
Inorganic
Means NOT living nor has it ever been living
Magma
Melted rock inside Earth is called...
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Rocks and Minerals Study Guide
Igneous Rocks
Sedimentary Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
sediments
When melted rock cools and hardens it forms Igneous Rocks.
Layers of sediments pressed together over time.
rocks formed deep within the earth by intense heat and pressure
tiny particles of rock, soil, and other materials
Igneous Rocks
When melted rock cools and hardens it forms Igneous Rocks.
Sedimentary Rocks
Layers of sediments pressed together over time.
Rocks and Minerals Study Guide
Rocks
Minerals
Streak
Luster
Natural solid that is usally a mixture of minerals.
Natural non-living solid meterial found on earth, building a…
Colour of a powdered mineral when it is rubbed acroos unglaed…
How a mineral reflects light from the surface
Rocks
Natural solid that is usally a mixture of minerals.
Minerals
Natural non-living solid meterial found on earth, building a…
104 terms
Nutrition Minerals Final Guide
Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium…
Iron, Zinc, Fluoride, and Iodine
Building and maintenance of bone
It is part of the Bone and Teeth, ATP,…
List the Macrominerals:
List the Microminerals:
What is the major role of Calcium?
What is the major role of Phosphorus?
Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium…
List the Macrominerals:
Iron, Zinc, Fluoride, and Iodine
List the Microminerals:
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Mineral Study Guide
What is a mineral?
What are the 5 characteristics of mine…
What does naturally occurring mean?
What does inorganic mean?
a naturally occurring, inorganic, solid, with a crystal struc…
1. naturally occurring ... 2. inorganic... 3. solid... 4. crystal stru…
the substance must occur in NATURE and can not be created by…
comes from substances that have NEVER lived.
What is a mineral?
a naturally occurring, inorganic, solid, with a crystal struc…
What are the 5 characteristics of mine…
1. naturally occurring ... 2. inorganic... 3. solid... 4. crystal stru…
Science Minerals Reading Guide
Five Characteristics of a mineral
Which 8 elements make up earths crust?
Which two elements make up 90% of eart…
Why are most minerals considered to be…
1. Naturally Occuring... 2. A solid... 3. Definite Chemical Composi…
1. Oxygen... 2. Silicon... 3. Aluminum... 4. Iron... 5. Calcium... 6. Sodium…
Oxygen & Silicon
Theyre all combinations of different minerals
Five Characteristics of a mineral
1. Naturally Occuring... 2. A solid... 3. Definite Chemical Composi…
Which 8 elements make up earths crust?
1. Oxygen... 2. Silicon... 3. Aluminum... 4. Iron... 5. Calcium... 6. Sodium…
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Minerals study guide
Mineral
5 properties of minerals... (No I said c…
Naturally occuring
Inorganic
Naturally occurring inorganic solid with a crystal structure…
Naturally occurring... Inorganic... Solid... Crystal structure... Definit…
Not man made formed by processes in the natural world
Not from previous living things
Mineral
Naturally occurring inorganic solid with a crystal structure…
5 properties of minerals... (No I said c…
Naturally occurring... Inorganic... Solid... Crystal structure... Definit…
30 terms
Rocks and Minerals Study Guide
Pangaea
Minerals
Color
Luster
super-continent
naturally occuring, inorganic solids with a crystalline struc…
most unreliable way of identifying a mineral
the way in which a mineral reflects light
Pangaea
super-continent
Minerals
naturally occuring, inorganic solids with a crystalline struc…
Minerals and Rocks Study Guide
Mineral
Sedimentary Rock
Rock
Igneous Rocks
a solid object, found in nature, that has never been alive
are made when materials are squeezed together in layers and h…
a NATURALLY formed solid made up of one or more materials
ONCE MELTED and then cooled and hardened
Mineral
a solid object, found in nature, that has never been alive
Sedimentary Rock
are made when materials are squeezed together in layers and h…
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Rocks and Minerals Study Guide
The difference between rocks and miner…
Properties of rock
How geologists identify ... rocks or min…
Special property of calcite
ROCK is natural, solid, nonliving material made of one or mor…
Color - gives clues about the minerals that make it up. Grain…
They identify rocks by their color and texture. They identify…
It's reaction to acid - it bubbles and fizzes in vinegar.
The difference between rocks and miner…
ROCK is natural, solid, nonliving material made of one or mor…
Properties of rock
Color - gives clues about the minerals that make it up. Grain…
Rocks and Minerals Study Guide
What is a mineral?
How do you identify minerals?
Moh's scale
Name the 3 types of rocks
a solid, formed in nature, and has never been alive
their color, hardness (scratch test), and a streak test
a scale from 1 - 10 that is used to test the hardness of mine…
Igneous, Sedimentary, Metamorphic
What is a mineral?
a solid, formed in nature, and has never been alive
How do you identify minerals?
their color, hardness (scratch test), and a streak test
Vitamins and Minerals Study Guide
Clinical condition from vitamin excess
Essential for blood clotting
Antioxidant and helps form collagen
Fat soluble vitamins
Hypervitaminosis
Vit K
Vit C
A D E K
Clinical condition from vitamin excess
Hypervitaminosis
Essential for blood clotting
Vit K
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minerals/rocks study guide
luster
hardness
crystal form
color
how a mineral reflects light
mohs scale (1-10) how easily the mineral is scrached
basic shape due to arrangement of atoms
may vary sample to sa
luster
how a mineral reflects light
hardness
mohs scale (1-10) how easily the mineral is scrached
31 terms
Study Guide for Minerals
characteristic of minerals
streak
fracture
luster
1. naturally occurring... 2. inorganic... 3.solid ... 4.crystal struct…
The color of a mineral's powder when it shows up on a streak…
The way a mineral looks when it breaks apart in an irregular…
The appearance or quality of light reflected from the surface…
characteristic of minerals
1. naturally occurring... 2. inorganic... 3.solid ... 4.crystal struct…
streak
The color of a mineral's powder when it shows up on a streak…
Study Guide for Rocks and Minerals
sedimentary
metamorphic
igneous
sedimentary
Conglomerate is a ______ rock that is a mixture of many small…
Gneiss is a _____ rock formed when heat and pressure is appli…
Pumice is the extrusive _____ rock that floats.
Limestone is a _____ rock that contains calcite which caused…
sedimentary
Conglomerate is a ______ rock that is a mixture of many small…
metamorphic
Gneiss is a _____ rock formed when heat and pressure is appli…
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Rocks and Minerals Study Guide
How do sedimentary rocks form?... give 1…
How do igneous rocks form?... Give 1 exam…
How do metamorphic rocks form?... Give 1…
alloy
...
...
...
a metal that is a combination of two or more metals often mak…
How do sedimentary rocks form?... give 1…
...
How do igneous rocks form?... Give 1 exam…
...
Rock and minerals study guide
igneous rock
sedimenrtary rock
metamorphic rock
extrusive rock
a type of rock forms the cooling melting rock at or below the…
a type of rock that forms when particles from other rocks or…
a type of rock that forms an existing rock is changed by heat…
lgneous rock that from lava on earth surface
igneous rock
a type of rock forms the cooling melting rock at or below the…
sedimenrtary rock
a type of rock that forms when particles from other rocks or…
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Minerals and Rock Study Guide
cool quickly
Obsidian
Rock
there is no weathering on the Moon
Extrusive rocks have small grains because they
A rock is considered mafic if it is dark colored as well as r…
Granite is a kind of
Sedimentary rocks are not found on the Moon beacuse
cool quickly
Extrusive rocks have small grains because they
Obsidian
A rock is considered mafic if it is dark colored as well as r…
Rocks and Minerals study guide
Albite
Almandine
Amazonite
Apatite
Amazonite
Apatite
Albite
Almandine
20 terms
Rocks and minerals Study Guide
Minerals
color
Hardness
Cleavage/Fracture
All minerals are naturally occurring, inorganic, solids with…
The outside observable of a mineral. Not very reliable becaus…
a. Minerals resisting to scratching... b. Measuring in Moh's Sca…
The way a mineral breaks apart. Smooth breaks indicate Cleava…
Minerals
All minerals are naturally occurring, inorganic, solids with…
color
The outside observable of a mineral. Not very reliable becaus…
Minerals Test Study Guide
Streak
Ductility
Fracture
Luster
The color of the powder left by a mineral when it is rubbed a…
A substances ability to be drawn or pulled into a wire.
A minerals tendency to break along irregular surfaces.
The way that a minerals surface reflects light.
Streak
The color of the powder left by a mineral when it is rubbed a…
Ductility
A substances ability to be drawn or pulled into a wire.
Minerals study guide
Streak
Luster
Density
Hardness
Minerals color powder
How light is reflected from a minerals surface
Each mineral has a characteristic density (d=mlv)
Using the mohs hardness scale ranks 10 minerals from softest…
Streak
Minerals color powder
Luster
How light is reflected from a minerals surface
Rocks & Minerals Study Guide
What is a mineral?
4 major processes that form minerals?
Properties of minerals
Describe the rock cycle
Naturally formed, inorganic, solid that has a definite crysta…
1. Crystallization from magma ... 2. precipitation ... 3. Changes i…
1. Solid ... 2. naturally occurring... 3. inorganic... 4. fixed compos…
What is a mineral?
Naturally formed, inorganic, solid that has a definite crysta…
4 major processes that form minerals?
1. Crystallization from magma ... 2. precipitation ... 3. Changes i…
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Minerals and Rocks- Study Guides
Silicate Minerals
Non-silicate Minerals
Four Characteristics of Minerals
Six Classes of Non-Silicate Minerals
Minerals that must contains silicon and oxygen
Minerals that only contains native elements
1. Natural... 2. Inorganic... 3. Crystalline Structure... 4. Solid
1 Native Elements ... 2. Carbonates... 3. Halides... 4. Oxides... 5. Sulf…
Silicate Minerals
Minerals that must contains silicon and oxygen
Non-silicate Minerals
Minerals that only contains native elements
Minerals Test Study Guide
Streak
Ductility
Fracture
Luster
The color of the powder left by a mineral when it is rubbed a…
A substances ability to be drawn or pulled into a wire.
A minerals tendency to break along irregular surfaces.
The way that a minerals surface reflects light.
Streak
The color of the powder left by a mineral when it is rubbed a…
Ductility
A substances ability to be drawn or pulled into a wire.
49 terms
Rocks and Mineral 100% Guide
mineral
Color
Streak
Luster
naturally occurring inorganic, crystalline, solid, with speci…
a mineral can be colorless, minerals often have similar color…
Powdered color of a mineral, use a plate for identifying a mi…
How a mineral reflects light, divided into two categories: me…
mineral
naturally occurring inorganic, crystalline, solid, with speci…
Color
a mineral can be colorless, minerals often have similar color…
19 terms
Rocks and Minerals Study Guide
Igneous Rocks
Sedimentary Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
sediments
When melted rock cools and hardens it forms Igneous Rocks.
Layers of sediments pressed together over time.
rocks formed deep within the earth by intense heat and pressure
tiny particles of rock, soil, and other materials
Igneous Rocks
When melted rock cools and hardens it forms Igneous Rocks.
Sedimentary Rocks
Layers of sediments pressed together over time.
29 terms
Minerals Study Guide
5 part mineral definition
How are minerals identified (All 8 tes…
How do minerals form
Mineral 5 part def.
Naturally Occurring... Solid ... Crystal Structure ... Formed by Inorg…
Color... Streak... Luster... Hardness... Crystal Structure... Cleavage/ Frac…
Cooling and evaporation
Naturally Occurring... Solid ... Crystal Structure ... Formed by Inorg…
5 part mineral definition
Naturally Occurring... Solid ... Crystal Structure ... Formed by Inorg…
How are minerals identified (All 8 tes…
Color... Streak... Luster... Hardness... Crystal Structure... Cleavage/ Frac…
19 terms
Rocks and Minerals Study Guide
Igneous Rocks
Sedimentary Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
sediments
When melted rock cools and hardens it forms Igneous Rocks.
Layers of sediments pressed together over time.
rocks formed deep within the earth by intense heat and pressure
tiny particles of rock, soil, and other materials
Igneous Rocks
When melted rock cools and hardens it forms Igneous Rocks.
Sedimentary Rocks
Layers of sediments pressed together over time.
24 terms
Rocks and Minerals study guide
Mineral
Rock
Rock Cycle
Crystal
A naturally occurring, inorganic, crystalline material with a…
A consolidated mixture of minerals
A model that illustrates the origin of the three basic rock t…
A piece of a homogeneous solid substance having a natural geo…
Mineral
A naturally occurring, inorganic, crystalline material with a…
Rock
A consolidated mixture of minerals
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