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1. A rock has an orderly, repetitive, geometrical, internal arrangement of minerals; a mineral is a lithified or consolidated aggregate of rocks. 2. A mineral consists of its constituent atoms arranged in a geometrically repetitive structure; in a rock, the atoms are randomly bonded without any geometric pattern. 3. In a mineral the constituent atoms are bonded in a regular, repetitive, internal structure; a rock is a lithified or consolidated aggregate of different mineral grains. 4. A rock consists of atoms bonded in a regular, geometrically predictable arrangement; a mineral is a consolidated aggregate of different rock particles. 03.01 Which of the following best defines a mineral and a rock?
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They are tightly bound to certain atoms and cannot readily move. 2. They can move relatively easily from atom to atom inside the mineral. 3. They react with protons to make neutrons in the outer valence shells. 4.
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