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Watt - Minerals

naturally forming, inorganic solid with a crystal structure mineral
smallest pieces of an element atoms
simple substances on Earth that cannot be broken down elements
two or more elements that combine chemically compound
a solid that has a repeating pattern of atoms crystal
the way a mineral reflects light luster
the color of a mineral in powdered form streak
a minerals resistance to being scratched hardness
when a mineral breaks along a smooth flat surface cleavage
when a mineral breaks along an irregular or jagged surface fracture
ratio of mass over volume density
not formed from anything once living inorganic
a highly valued mineral due to its rarity and beauty gem
Material whose concentration of valuable minerals is high enough for the material to be mined for profit ore
Created by: Miss Watt