Sedimentary and mineral index cards

Sedimentary and mineral index cards - Dark yellow color...

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Sandstone: Feels like sandpaper Brownish color (Tan, Beige, Orange) Has fine grains in it Limestone: Has extremely fine grains in it Fizzes with a drop of HCl Shale: Looks solid (no grains in it) Dark colored Conglomerate: Has rounded clasts (bits of other rock) in it Pyrite: Greenish black streak
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Unformatted text preview: Dark yellow color Hardness of 6-6.5 Quartz Translucent (partially clear) Colorless Hardness of 7 Copper: Reddish Brown Azurite/Malachite color Metallic or Shiny Luster Hardness of 2.5-3 Blue/Green color Hardness of 3.5-4 Light blue/green streak...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course GLG 394 taught by Professor Semken during the Fall '10 term at ASU.

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