Mineral definition, any of a class of substances occurring in nature, usually
comprising inorganic substances, as quartz or feldspar, of definite chemical ...
a substance (such as quartz, coal, petroleum, salt, etc.) that is naturally formed
under the ground. : a chemical substance (such as iron or zinc) that occurs ...
A naturally occurring, homogeneous inorganic solid substance having a definite
chemical composition and characteristic crystalline structure, color, and ...
Definition of a mineral. ... "A mineral is an element or chemical compound that is
normally crystalline and that has been formed as a result of geological ...
When you see a glittering crystal in our Museum you would probably say it was a
mineral - and you'd almost certainly be right. But can you say what a mineral ...
A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic solid, with a definite chemical ... To
meet the definition of "mineral" used by most geologists, a substance must meet ...
a solid, naturally occurring inorganic substance, fizzy s... Meaning, pronunciation,
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The definition of a mineral is anything not animal or plant life. An example of
mineral is dirt. An example of mineral is rocks. YourDictionary definition and
A mineral is a nonliving natural substance of a definite chemical composition. A
mineral like manganese may help keep you healthy; a mineral like a diamond ...
Minerals make up Earth's rocks, sands, and soils. They are found on Earth's
surface as well as deep underground. Minerals are inorganic substances,