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Natural Science Lecture 08/04/2008 12:01:00 Lab manual 2-51 physical geology before lab. Read Krauskopf and Beiser pp.521-542, 554-561 ch. 14 Team Test on Tuesday @ 1 – after midterm, up through the end of this week.  Know Newtons Gravitational Force Law. Know equation****JSA BEFORE  SPRING  BREAK Tutorial Thursday April 10 Mineral: ** a homogeneous, naturally occurring, inorganic solid with a definite  chemical composition, and a characteristic crystalline structure.  A mineral may be a single element or a compound made f two or more elements. About 2,500 different minerals have been described. Only 20 are common <10 make up 90% of the crust.   A mineral must: Be naturally occurring Be inorganic Be a solid element or compound Have a definite composition Have a regular internal cystal stucture.
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