minerals - 21 22 23 24 25 quartz (v. milky) quartz (v....

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GY 111 Mineral/Mineraloid Identification Key (Black numbers on Yellow tags) # Mineral Name* [ ] - Group Affiliation ( ) - variety or alternative name Mineral Class Your notes: (i.e., diagnostic properties, economic value etc.) 1 2 3 graphite sulfur copper I: Native Elements 4 5 6 7 sphalerite pyrite chalcopyrite galena II: Sulfides 8 9 10 11 12 corundum limonite bauxite magnetite hematite III: Oxides 13 14 halite fluorite IV: Halides 15 16 17 calcite dolomite malachite V: Carbonates 18 19 gypsum (v. selenite) gypsum (v. satin spar) VI: Sulphates 20 apatite VII: Phosphates VIII: Silicate Minerals
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Unformatted text preview: 21 22 23 24 25 quartz (v. milky) quartz (v. crystal) quartz (v. rose) quartz (v. amethyst) quartz (v. smoky) Quartz Varieties 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 olivine augite [pyroxene] hornblende [amphibole] biotite [mica] muscovite [mica] Ca-plagioclase Na-plagioclase orthoclase Igneous Silicates 34 35 36 37 38 Talc Chlorite Garnet Kyanite Staurolite metamorphic rock silicates 39 40 Chert (cryptocrystalline silica) Kaolinite sedimentary silicates *names in (round parentheses) are alternative names (v. = variety); *names in [square parentheses] are group names...
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2012 for the course GLY 111 taught by Professor Haywick during the Fall '11 term at S. Alabama.

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