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Mineral
Properties
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This is the least reliable way to
identify a mineral.
What is color?
The color left behind when a
mineral scratches a ceramic plate.
What is
Streak?
This is measured using a scale
created by Friedrich Mohs.
What is Hardness?
Any break or rupture in rock
along which no appreciable
movement has taken place.
What is the Fracture?
The ability for a mineral to
break along planes of weak
bonding.
What is Cleavage?
Minerals are made up of this kind
of naturally occurring solid.
What is inorganic?
A compound is made up of two
or more of these.
What are elements?
Rocks are made up of these.
What are minerals?
This is made up of an aggregate
of minerals.
What are rocks?
Two or more atoms joined
together make up this.
What are molecules?
The central region of an atom.
What is the nucleus?
These have no charge.
What are neutrons?
These have a positive charge.
What are protons?
These have a negative charge.
What are electrons?
This is the number of electrons
found in the outer shell.
What are valance electrons?
SixOy is the chemical formula for
this group.
What are silicates?
The chemical formula of this
group contains CO3.
What are carbonates?
These have On in their chemical
formula.
What are oxides?
These have Sn in their
chemical formula.
What are sulfides?
This group has SO4 in their
chemical formula.
What are sulfates?
This is used to help determine
the hardness of a mineral.
What is fingernail?
This mineral feels like this...
What is soapy?
This mineral feels like
this…
What is greasy?
What is the name of this…
What is the feldspar?
The name of this is…
What is quartz?