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geode
a) A hollow rock inside which mineral crystals have formed. b) A naturally-occurring, inorganic solid that has a crystal structure and a definite chemical composition c) Not a liquid or a gas. Has a definite volume and shape. d) The way a mineral reflects light from its surface.
mineral
a) A hollow rock inside which mineral crystals have formed. b) A naturally-occurring, inorganic solid that has a crystal structure and a definite chemical composition c) Not a liquid or a gas. Has a definite volume and shape. d) The way a mineral reflects light from its surface.
Naturally occurring
a) Observing the actual color of the mineral with your eyes. b) The color of a mineral’s powder. c) Earth–made, not man made. d) Taking the mass divided by the volume
Density
a) Observing the actual color of the mineral with your eyes. b) The color of a mineral’s powder. c) Earth–made, not man made. d) Taking the mass divided by the volume
Fracture
a) Contains certain atoms in certain amounts. b) The way a mineral looks when it breaks apart in an irregular way. c) Using the Mohs Scale to see where the mineral falls on a scale of 1-10. d) A solid in which the atoms are arranged in a pattern that repeats again and again
Hardness
a) Contains certain atoms in certain amounts. b) The way a mineral looks when it breaks apart in an irregular way. c) Using the Mohs Scale to see where the mineral falls on a scale of 1-10. d) A solid in which the atoms are arranged in a pattern that repeats again and again
crystal structure
a) Contains certain atoms in certain amounts. b) The way a mineral looks when it breaks apart in an irregular way. c) Using the Mohs Scale to see where the mineral falls on a scale of 1-10. d) A solid in which the atoms are arranged in a pattern that repeats again and again
Color test
a) Observing the actual color of the mineral with your eyes. b) The color of a mineral’s powder. c) Earth–made, not man made. d) Taking the mass divided by the volume
Streak
a) Observing the actual color of the mineral with your eyes. b) The color of a mineral’s powder. c) Earth–made, not man made. d) Taking the mass divided by the volume
Definite Chemical Composition
a) Contains certain atoms in certain amounts. b) The way a mineral looks when it breaks apart in an irregular way. c) Using the Mohs Scale to see where the mineral falls on a scale of 1-10. d) A solid in which the atoms are arranged in a pattern that repeats again and again
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