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Rocks & Minerals - 0 views

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    how to test minerals
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Mineral Identification Exercise - 0 views

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    A GOOD TEACHER MINERAL LESSON "Although most minerals are chemical compounds, a small number (e.g., sulfur, copper, gold) are elements. The composition of a mineral can be defined by its chemical formula. The identity of its anionic group determines the group into which the mineral is classified. For example, the mineral halite (NaCl) is composed of two elements, sodium (Na) and chlorine (Cl), in a 1:1 ratio; its
    anionic group is chloride (Cl-)--a halide--so halite is classified as
    a halide. Minerals can thus be classified into the following major groups:
    native elements, sulfides, sulfosalts, oxides and hydroxides, halides,
    carbonates, nitrates, borates, sulfates, phosphates, and silicates. Silicates
    are the most commonly occurring minerals because silica is the most abundant
    constituent of the Earth's crust (about 59 percent).
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Welcome - Mineral Information Institute - 0 views

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    Mineral uses
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ISM Geology Online - Lesson Plan 1.2: Our Ever Changing Earth - 2 views

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    Part Two is actually a unit plan and contains more than one lesson. You can pick and choose those that best fit your goals and the ability level of your students.

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Interactives . The Rock Cycle . Introduction - 1 views

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    "ROCKS come in cool colors, shapes, textures, and sizes and are
    found all around you, but how much do you REALLY know about them?"
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The Learning Zone: Rock Cycle - 1 views

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    I am your guide on the journey around the rock cycle. The rock cycle is a continuous process that occurs over millions of years. It makes new rock, destroys old rock, and recycles the ingredients of the Earth's crust over and over again!

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How To Identify Minerals: Luster - 0 views

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    Metallic or Non-metallic
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Rock Key - 0 views

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    "The Rock Identification Key" Rock Key What Are Rocks?
    What Types of Rocks Are There? What Is The Rock Cycle?
    What Minerals Form Rocks? Collecting Rocks Safety While Collecting Rocks Using the Rock Key About The Rock Key"
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