Conchoidal is an adjective mostly used in mineralogy to refer to a particular type of fracture which follows an unnatural plane of separation, as occurs with some type of minerals such as obsidian. It is especially common in rocks or minerals which are amorphous or have fine grained crystals.
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noting a shell-like fracture form produced on certain minerals by a blow.
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