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InteractiveScienceTeacher.com A mineral is… Many types of minerals develop when molten rock cools. Other minerals form deep inside Earth as high pressure and temperature cause changes in solid rock.
InteractiveScienceTeacher.com A mineral is… Inorganic substances are NOT made up of living things or of the remains of living things.
InteractiveScienceTeacher.com A mineral is… Minerals have a definite shape and volume!
InteractiveScienceTeacher.com A mineral is… Crystals are solid geometric forms that are produced by a repeating pattern of atoms of molecules.
InteractiveScienceTeacher.com A mineral is… Composed of one or more known elements. The identity & arrangement of them determines all physical properties of each mineral.
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Name: _____________________ Date: ______ / Page #: _____Notes – Minerals & Rocks Mr. Jensen / Period _____.
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