lecture 5 - Biotite Muscovite Feldspar Quartz Diamond C...

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Fig. 3.15 Fig. 3.11A
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Table 3.9
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Some important mineral groups Mineral Anion Example Composition Group Carbonate (CO3)2- calcite CaCO3 Halide Cl-, F- halite NaCl Hydroxide (OH)- limonite FeO(OH)H2O Native ------- gold Au Oxide O2- hematite Fe2O3 Sulfate (SO4)4- gypsum CaSO42H2O Sulfide S2- galena PbS Silicate (SiO4)4- quartz SiO2 olivine (MgFe)2SiO4
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Fig. 3.11
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Fig. 3.12
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Halide Cl-, F- halite NaCl
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Fig. 3.13
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Fig. 3.13
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Fig. 3.13
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Fig. 3.14
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Fig. 3.14
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Silicate (SiO4)4- quartz SiO2
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olivine (MgFe)2SiO4
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Silicate tetrahedron (SiO4)4-
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Olivine Pyroxene Hornblende
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Unformatted text preview: Biotite Muscovite Feldspar Quartz Diamond C Native Minerals Diamond- C- covalent bonds Hope Diamond curse • 1668 Tavernier stole the diamond from a Hindu statue. The diamond was one of the two eyes of the idol, and when the priests noticed it was missing, they placed a curse on whoever owned the diamond. • The legend claimed that Tavernier died of fever soon after, and that his body was torn apart by wolves. Fig. 3.18...
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This note was uploaded on 09/10/2010 for the course GEO 26710 taught by Professor Catlos during the Fall '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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