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Beautiful rare highly prized mineral that can be worn in jewelry. GEM
Inorganic nutrient that regulates many chemical inaction in the body. MINERAL
measure of how easily a material can be stretched. HARDNESS
Color of a mineral when it is in powder form. STREAK
physical property of some minerals that cause them to break with uneven ,rough or jagged surfaces. FRACTURE
Solid in which the atoms are arranged in a orderly repeated pattern. CRYSTAL
Describes the way a mineral reflects light from its surface can be metallic or nonmetallic. LUSTER
Radio of a mineral's weight compared with the weight an equal volume of water. SPECIFIC GRAVITY
Deposit in which a mineral exists in a large amounts to be mined at a profit. ORE
Hot melted rock materials beneath earth's surface. MAGMA
Physical property of some minerals that causes them to brake along smooth,flat surfaces. CLEAVAGE
Describes a mineral that contains silicone and oxygen and usually one or more elements. SILICATE
Created by: mesacompton