14 common examples of sulfide and sulfate minerals

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14.Common examples of sulfide and sulfate minerals, respectively, are ____.a.galena and pyriteb.gypsum and anhydritec.galena and gypsumd.galena and hematitee.fluorite and pyriteANS:CPTS:1REF:3.4. Mineral Groups Recognized by Geologists
15.Which of the following is an example of a mineral resource?PTS:1REF:3.7. How Do Minerals Form?
16.An example of a material which has been both a resource and a reserve, depending on abundance,economic conditions, and mining technology is which of the following?PTS:1REF:3.7. How Do Minerals Form?
17.Placer deposits form because
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b.hot fluids travel through bedrock and create mineral veins.c.minerals with covalent bonds transition to ionic bonding.d.running water separates and concentrates minerals and rock fragments by their density.ANS:DPTS:1REF:Geo-Insight. The Precious MetalsTRUE/FALSE1.Ice is a mineral, but water is not.PTS:1REF:3.1. Introduction
2.Some naturally-occurring minerals have healing properties.PTS:1REF:various
3.All minerals are compounds.ANS:FPTS:1REF:3.2. Matter--What Is It?4.Mica and clay minerals have a platy crystal form because they have a sheet-like structure of silicatetrahedra.PTS:1REF:3.2. Matter--What Is It?
5.Minerals of the amphibole group have their silica tetrahedra arranged in double chains.PTS:1REF:3.2. Matter--What Is It?
6.Noble gases are chemically inert because their outer electron shell is filled.PTS:1REF:3.2. Matter--What Is It?
7.Van der Waals bonds occur between atoms or compounds without free electrons.PTS:1REF:3.2. Matter--What Is It?
8.The number of neutrons in an atom always equals the number of protons.PTS:1REF:3.2. Matter--What Is It?
9.Minerals may have chemical compositions that vary within a range.PTS:1REF:3.3. Explore the World of Minerals
10.Olivine is an example of a mineral with isolated silica tetrahedra.PTS:1REF:3.4. Mineral Groups Recognized by Geologists
11.Specific gravity is the ratio of a mineral’s weight to the weight of an equal volume of water at 4-degrees C.PTS:1REF:3.5. Mineral Identification
12.The United States is self-sufficient in petroleum.PTS:1REF:3.8. Natural Resources and Reserves
13.The United States is self-sufficient in gold.PTS:1REF:3.8. Natural Resources and Reserves
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