eosc 118 sample final

eosc 118 sample final - 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. # of VMS's...

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1. # of VMS's worldwide: >800 2. # refractive indices: tetr, hex: 2 3. % diamonds turned into polished stones?: 20 4. 2 examples of Corundum: Ruby, Sapph 5. 2 sources of Beryl: 1. pegmatites 2. non-peg (just look for Be) 6. 2 types of igneous rocks: volcanic (extrus), plutonic (intrus) 7. 3 main ore bodies at Bushveld --> richest in Pt?: MerReef (richest in Pt), up, Reef 8. 3 methods of gem colour formation: 1. Idio - inherent colours 2. Allo - needs impurities 3. Pseudo - dispersion and scatt 9. 4 Beryl genetic models: 1. pegmatitic 2. magmatic (in-situ, hydrothermal) 3. metamorphic 4. secondary (el, coll, all) 10. 4 types of Pegmatite: Abyss Mus Rare (source of most gem metals) Miar 11. Also found in kimberlite pipes: olivine, garnet 12. Aquamarine substitution: Fe for Al 13. Be elements?: Be, Al, Si 14. Best pegmatite shape for rare metal deposits: complex 15. Blue Sapph chromophores?: Ti, Fe 16. Canada Mark: Diamond 17. Canadian coin with bronze plating: loonie 18. Certified Can. _______: Gold 19. Chromophore in Paraiba tourmaline: Cu 20. Colour of "Tiffany Diamond":
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2011 for the course EOSC 118 taught by Professor Daveturner during the Spring '10 term at UBC.

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eosc 118 sample final - 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. # of VMS's...

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