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Station 1
A. What is the name of this mineral?
B. What group does this mineral belong to?
C. What type of environment did this mineral most likely form in?
Station 2
A. What is the name of this mineral?
B. What element does this mineral contain that gives it its blue color?
C. How many directions does this mineral cleave?
Station 3
A. What is the name of this mineral?
B. What is this minerals luster?
C. This mineral is associated to a structure called a xenolith. What is a xenolith?
Station 4
A. This mineral is NOT Calcite. What is it?
B. How can dilute HCl be used to distinguish this mineral from Calcite.
C. What is the chemical composition of this mineral?
Station 5
A. What is this form of Quartz called?
B. The second sample at this station has this form of quartz in it. What is this a
sample of?
C. What is the chemical formula of this mineral?
Station 6
A. What is the name of the mineral group?
B. This mineral is pyroelectric. What does that mean?
C. Virtually every color of the spectrum
Station 7
A. What is the name of this mineral?
B. This mineral gets its name because it contains a high amount of this mineral?
C. What is this mineral primarily used for?
Station 8
A. What is the name of this mineral?
B. What is the common name for this mineral?
C. This mineral is a minor source for what two elements?
Station 9
A. What is the name of this mineral?
B. How many directions can it cleave?
C. What is its most common use?
Station 10
A. What group of minerals does this mineral belong to?
B. What is the name of this mineral?
C. What is this mineral used for?
Station 11
A. What is the name of this mineral
B. What is this mineral used for in a typical American home?
C. What is this mineral’s luster
Station 12
A. What is the name of this mineral?
B. What is the hardness of this mineral
C. Where and how is this mineral usually formed?
Station 13
A. What is the name of this mineral?
B. This mineral has a fairly unique Specific Gravity. What is it?
C. How many directions can this mineral cleave in? What shape does it often form
when it cleaves?
Station 14
A. What is the name of this mineral?
B. What is the economic significance of the mineral?
C. How does this mineral play a role determining the geologic history of some
igneous rocks?
Station 15
A. These two different mineral samples are varieties of which group of minerals?
B. What is this group of minerals used for?
C. This mineral is similar to a mineral called Anhydrite. Based on the name of the
mineral Anhydrite, what common molecule is found in this group of minerals
that is not found in the mineral Anhydrite?
Station 16
A. What is the name of this rock?
B. What is the pathway that was followed to form this rock starting with the
sedimentary parent rock. Copy the following flow chart onto your answer
sheet and fill in the blanks.
_____-->_____-->_____-->_____-->_____
C. What is a common use for this rock?
Station 17
A. What category does this rock fall into: Sedimentary, Igneous, or Metamorphic?
B. What is the name of this rock?
C. Explain how this rock formed.
Station 18
A. What is the name of the rock in container A?
B. What is the name of the Rock in container B?
C. Explain the differences in the formation of these rocks?
Station 19
A. What is the name of this rock
B. Is this rock Sedimentary, Igneous, or Metamorphic?
C. How did this rock form?
Station 20
A. What is the name of the rock in container A?
B. What is the name of the rock in container B?
C. What is a fundamental difference between these two rocks?
Station 21
A. What is the name of the rock in container A?
B. What is the name of the rock in container B?
C. Which rock is extrusive and why?
Station 22
A. What is the name of the rock?
B. Is it a Sedimentary, Igneous, or Metamorphic rock?
C. What minerals is it made up of?
Station 23
A geologist is testing a rock sample and notes the following characteristics:
-the rock is composed of particles with an average grain size of 0.03 cm
-A bubbling reaction occurs when dilute HCl is applied to it
A. What is name of this rock?
B. Why does the rock produce bubbles when Dilute HCl is applied to it?
C. How did this rock form?
Station 24
A. What does the Bowen’s Reaction Series tell us about igneous rocks?
B. Do Mafic or Felsic rocks form at higher temperatures?
C. What mineral or minerals are part of the continuous branch of the
reaction series?