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Apr 24, 2017 ... Minerals make up rocks, but are homogeneous by nature, meaning each mineral is unique and pure in structure. A mineral can be formed ...

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Minerals are all around you. They are used to make your house, your computer, even the buttons on your jeans. But, where do minerals come from? There are ...

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I f we look at the composition of the 9 rock forming minerals, we see that they all belong into the silicate group of minerals. The basic buildingstone of silicate ...

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Feb 24, 2012 ... How minerals form. ... Formed at lower pressure, the carbon mineral is graphite, the mineral that is pencil "lead." Graphite would make a very ...

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ALL MINERALS FORM IN THE EARTH'S CRUST. It should be no surprise then to learn that all minerals are made from the same elements that make up the ...

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Minerals are formed under a variety of conditions, including when molten materials cool, when liquids evaporate or cool and under high temperatures and  ...

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Some minerals form when salt water on Earth's surface evaporates. Others ... The amount of mineral formed is the same as the amount dissolved in the water.

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Minerals can form from the cooling of molten rock, from solutions, and from metamorphism. Several factors affect mineral formation, including the chemical ...

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If time is limited, the mineral grains will remain very small. The presence of water enhances the mobility of ions and can lead to the formation of larger crystals ...