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Principles of Mineralogy GLY3200, Sections 3012, 5117, 6371, 8512 Fall Semester, 2009 Instructor: Dr. Jon Martin Office: 382 Williamson Hall Phone: 392-6219 Email: jbmartin@ufl.edu Office Hours: 2-3 PM Mon./Wed. or by appointment (call or email first) Meeting Place: 202 Williamson Hall Meeting Time: Mon., Wed., and Fri., 3 rd period (9:35 – 10:25 AM) Required Text: Nesse: Introduction to Mineralogy Useful Text: Deer, Howie, and Zussman: An Introduction to the Rock Forming Minerals Klein and Hurlbut, Manual of Mineralogy, 21 st edition revised Nesse: Introduction to Optical Mineralogy TA: Nichelle Baxter and Allen Kent Course objectives: 1) Introduce systematic mineralogy, crystal chemistry, and crystallography; 2) Relate the physical properties of minerals to their chemical compositions and crystal structures; 3) Introduce analytical methods used in mineralogy, particularly the polarizing microscope and X-ray diffractometer. 4) Learn mineral classification schemes, and how to identify the important (i.e.
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