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Mineralogy Introduction

GLY 4200 - Lecture 1 – Fall,

2017

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Classical Definition of “Mineral”

From Edward Salisbury Dana:“A body produced by the processes of inorganic nature, having usually a definite chemical composition and, if formed under favorable conditions, a certain characteristic atomic structure which is expressed in its crystalline form and other properties.”

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Modern Definition of “Mineral”

From C. Klein,“A mineral is a naturally occurring solid with a highly ordered atomic arrangement and a definite (but not fixed) chemical composition. It is usually formed by inorganic processes.”

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Properties Which a Mineral Must Possess

1 Occur naturally (synthetic materials are not

minerals)

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Be inorganic

- except perhaps those formed by biomineralization

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Have a definite atomic arrangement

(crystallinity)

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Small range of physical and chemical properties

(some minerals have a compositional range, rather than a fixed chemical composition)

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