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Minerals and crystals related topic: Buzzers, Chemistry - crystals, Piezo effect sensors
Athena mineralogy alphabetical list of minerals with formula and system, mineral database, pictures of minerals, a tip
Atlas of igneous and metamorphic minerals, rocks, and textures glaucophane, hornblende, tremolite andalusite, augite, biotite, calcite, clinopyroxene, chlorite, chloritoid, coesite, ellenbergerite, epidote, feldspar, microcline, plagioclase, garnet, glaucophane, hornblende, hypersthene, idocrase (vesuvianite), kyanite, leucite, microcline, muscovite, nepheline, olivine, orthopyroxene, hypersthene, piemontite, plagioclase, quartz, quartz after coesite, sericite, staurolite, stilpnomelane, talc, titanite (sphene), tremolite, tourmaline, vesuvianite (idocrase)
Crystal shape laboratory crystal java applets
Crystal structural models using chime plug-in diamond and graphite, metal, salt, carbonates, garnet, Al2SiO5 polymorphs, beryl, pyroxene, amphibole, mica, SiO2 polymorphs, quartz
Crystallography and minerals arranged by crystal form crystallography groups are composed of 32 classes of symmetry derived from observations of the external crystal form
Earth & environmental sciences
Fluroescent minerals pictures of fluorescent minerals photographed under long wave (LW) or short wave (SW) ultraviolet light, images
Gems and Minerals Photograph Gallery Gems and Minerals Photograph Gallery
Gems and gem materials gems and gem materials
Gem stones gem stones
Igneous Rock Gallery Igneous Rock Gallery
Igneous Rock Gallery Andesite porphyry, Rhyolite, Gabbro, Basalt, Granite, Diorite, Obsidian, Pumice, Pegmatite
Igneous rocks igneous rocks are formed by crystallization from a liquid, or magma
Igneous rocks Igneous rocks form when molten rock cools and solidifies (crystallizes). Molten rock trapped underground is called magma. Molten rock erupted at Earth's surface is referred to as lava
Igneous Rock Textures Igneous Rock Textures
Igneous rocks types Igneous Rocks are formed by crystallization from a liquid, or magma. They include two types, Volcanic or extrusive igneous rocks form when the magma cools and crystallizes on the surface of the Earth, Intrusive or plutonic igneous rocks
Isotope geochemistry What is Isotope geochemistry
Microscopy and mineral images
Mineral and gemstone kingdom minerals, rock, crystal, rocks, gem, gemstone, mineralogy, gemology, geology, rockhound, guide, reference, information, database, Minerals A - Z
Mineral collectors page
Mineral crystal structure movies
Mineral database mineral database and mineralogical reference website, minerals, mineralogy database, mineral photos, mineralogical data, mineralogical database, rockhounds
Mineral gallery collection of mineral descriptions, images, and specimens
Mineral images images
Mineral list alphabetical list of minerals with formula and system
Mineral pictures mineral pictures
Mineral properties mineral properties
Minerals by name
Minerals - crystallography
Minerals database minerals database
MinÚralogie pdf file, en Franšais
Mineralogy mineral databases, crystal babits, crystal structure animations, mineral sources, applications of symmetry to mineralogy, ionic compounds: composition and bonding, structure and crystal symmetry
Mineralogy database containing more than 4442 pages of mineral data, mineralogy, crystallography, physical properties, optical properties, dana classification, alphabetical list, chemical properties, name origins, locality, mineral images, hardness, density, color, index of refraction, cleavage, tenacity, diaphaniety, crystal systems, axial ratios, environment, luster, luminescence, streak, pleochroism, habit, locality, isotropic
Mineralogy database over 3800 mineral species descriptions are included in this HTML-linked alphabetical listing of all known valid mineral species, mineralogy, database, data, alphabetical list, name origins, hardness, density, color, index of refraction, cleavage, tenacity, diaphaniety, crystal systems, axial ratios, environment, luster, luminescence, streak, pleochroism, habit, locality, isotropic, uniaxial, biaxial
Mineralogy notes
Minerals Minerals are an integral part of the structure of the Earth. Explore what minerals are, and how they are made, how they are identified and what they are used for. Look at the specific chemical and physical properties of minerals, as well as important localities in Australia where minerals are found
Mineral web an interactive web site for displaying 3-D crystal structures of minerals, you need the CHIME plug-in
Minerals under the microscope
Multimedia ozone hole tour dramatic loss of ozone in the lower stratosphere over Antarctica was first noticed in the 1970s
Petrography Petrology: the study of rocks and their origins
Photographs from the famous Clausthal mineral collection
Quartz quartz is the most common mineral on the face of the Earth. It is found in nearly every geological environment and is at least a component of almost every rock type
Silicates silicates
Snow crystal photographs
Testing hardness of a mineral testing hardness of a mineral
The image high quality video imaging and scanning, with an emphasis on minerals, gemstones, microscopy, and tutorials, images

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