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It presents the important traditional content of mineralogy including crystallography, chemical bonding, controls on mineral structure, mineral stability, and crystal growth to provide hesse foundation that enables students to understand the nature and occurrence of minerals. Physical, optical, and X-ray powder diffraction techniques of mineral study are described in detail, mineralogyy common chemical analytical methods are outlined as well.
Detailed descriptions of over common minerals are provided, and the geologic context within which these minerals occur is emphasized. Appendices provide tables and diagrams to help students with mineral identification, using both physical and optical properties. Numerous line drawings, photographs, and photomicrographs help make complex concepts understandable. The Best Books of Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions introductipn Looking for beautiful books?
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Mineral Properties, Study, and Identification Chapter 6: Physical Properties of Minerals 6. Measurement of Index of Refraction 7.
Introduction to Mineralogy
Introduction to X-ray Crystallography 8. Chemical Analysis of Minerals 9. Strategies for Study Mineral Descriptions Chapter Disilicates and Ring Silicates Oxides, Hydroxides, and Halides Sulfides and Related Minerals Determinative Tables Table B.
Non-metallic minerals with white, gray, or other pale colored streak. Non-metallic minerals with distinctly colored streak. Minerals with metallic and submetallic luster. Minerals that may fluoresce. Color of minerals in thin section and grain mount. Indices of refraction of isotropic minerals Table B.
Indices of refraction of uniaxial minerals. Indices of refraction of biaxial negative minerals arranged in order of increasing n?. Indices of refraction of biaxial positive minerals arranged in order of increasing n?.
Minerals that produce pleochroic halos in surrounding minerals. Colors exhibited by opaque minerals in polished section viewed in air.
Opaque or nearly infroduction minerals that display internal reflections with reflected light. Mineral Associations Table C1. Mineralogy of Sedimentary Rocks Table C3.
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