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science chapter 7

the color of powder left behind when you rub a mineral srreak
a minerals ability to resist being scratched hardness
the way a minerals surface reflects light luster
a naturally occuring nonliving solid that has a specific chemical make-upand a repeating structure mineral
the processof which sediment settles out of water or is dropped by wind deposition
rock that forms when melted rock cools and hardens igneous rock
rocks that are formed by sediments are cemented together sedimentary rock
rocks formed when high heat and great preasure change existing rocks into a new form metamorphic rock
the process of moving sediment by wind,moving water,or ice erosion
the continous process in which one type of rock changes into another type rock cycle
the process of wearing away rocks by natural process weathering
Created by: duncanjones