Mineralogy Carleton College Winter 2003 Lattice and its properties Lattice: An imaginary 3-D framework, that can be referenced to a network of regularly spaced points ...
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Optical Mineralogy in a Nutshell Use of the petrographic microscope in three easy lessons Part I Why use the microscope?? Identify minerals (no guessing!)
Duration = 15 mins. N. Sivakugan Elements of Earth Soil Formation Parent Rock Residual Soils Transported Soils Basic Structural Units Clay minerals are made of two ...
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Lecture 1 (9/6/2006) – Introduction to Mineralogy Mineralogy/Mineral Science The study of the chemistry, atomic structure, physical properties, and genesis of ...
Crystallography: Forms and Planes Mineralogy Carleton College Miller Indices (hkl) The orientation of a surface or a crystal plane may be defined by considering how ...
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MINERALOGY CRYSTAL SYSTEMS Symmetry Tips for creating models Write your name on each model BEFORE folding and taping! Cut “into” the pattern rather than “around ...
Optical Mineralogy Optical Mineralogy Use of the petrographic microscope © John Winter, Whitman College with some slides © Jane Selverstone, University of New ...
Lecture 1 Crystallography Part 1: Internal Order and 2-D Symmetry Plane Lattices Planar Point Groups Plane Groups Internal Order and Symmetry Repeated and symmetrical ...
Control Sections Prepared By Robert Engel National Soil Survey Center Control Sections for Particle-size Classes, Mineralogy Classes, Cation-Exchange Activity Classes ...
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Optical Mineralogy in a Nutshell Use of the petrographic microscope in three easy lessons Part II © Jane Selverstone, University of New Mexico, 2003
Mineralogy Introduction GLY 4200 - Lecture 1 – Fall, 2011 * * Classical Definition of “Mineral” From Edward Salisbury Dana: “A body produced by the processes ...
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Indicatrix Imaginary figure, but very useful; shows/defines: Optic axis Positive and negative minerals Relationship between optical & crystallographic axes
Comprehensive Resource Play Evaluation for Well Completion Decisions - Mineralogy, Acoustic, and NMR Integration Brian LeCompte, and many others
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Symmetry and stereonets Point symmetry: 32 possible combinations Mirrors, rotation, center of symmetry, rotoinversion 6 crystal systems 6 crystal systems C-axis has ...
Review of Optical Mineralogy GEOL 5310 Advanced Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology 9/9/09 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Acute Bisectrix Figures (Bxa) Melatope ...
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Mineral color and pleochroism Color True color Not interference colors Observed in plane polarized light Not crossed nicols Many minerals are colorless
Optical Mineralogy Lab 13 – Fall, 2010 Uniaxial Interference Figures * * Image source: http://zoe.geol.lsu.edu/www.GEOL2082/Uniaxial%20Interference%20Figures ...
Mineral Chemistry Mineral properties = f(structure + chemistry) But not independent: structure = f(chem, T, P) Compositions are conventionally given as wt% oxides
Minerals Natural Solid Inorganic Definite chemical composition Crystal structure due to internal arrangement of atoms http://www.minerals.net/gemstone/index.htm
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Miller indices/crystal forms/space groups Crystal Morphology How do we keep track of the faces of a crystal? Sylvite a= 6.293 Å Fluorite a = 5.463 Å Pyrite a = 5 ...