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Non-Silicate Minerals - Melinda Darby Dyar, Mickey E. Gunter & Dennis Tasa

Non-Silicate Minerals

By Melinda Darby Dyar, Mickey E. Gunter & Dennis Tasa

  • Release Date: 2014-05-19
  • Genre: Earth Sciences

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Using primarily a structural approach, the non-silicate minerals are examined. The chapter discusses the minerals with the simplest structures and follows the order of the Dana and Strunz systems toward the more complex mineral structures. Key to understanding these structures is the concept of close packing of oxygen anions; first described in Chapter 8, it is reviewed at the beginning of this chapter.
Topics covered in Chapter 23 include:
• Close Packing, Revisited
• Native Elements
• Sulfides and Related Structures
• Oxides
• Carbonates
• Borates
• Sulfates
• Phosphates
• Anhydrous Tungstates
• Salts of Organic Acids

This Mineralogy and Optical Mineralogy Series is specifically designed to take full advantage of digital media technology to empower students and teachers of mineralogy. Using color photographs, illustrations, movies, 3D models that can be rotated, interactive diagrams, and review questions, this series makes a challenging subject approachable. Also, each chapter in the series is available separately allowing the reader to pick and choose only those chapters they need for their specific course.

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