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Minerals no silicats (NATIUS)PLATA (Ag) OR (Au) GRAFIT (C) DIAMANT (C) SOFRE (S)
Minerals no silicats (SULFURS)PIRITA FeS2 CINABRIO (en dolomita) HgS GALENA PbS BLENDA ZnS
Minerals no silicats (SALS)HALITA ClNa SILVINA KCl FLUORITA CaF2
Minerals no silicats (CARBONATS) ICALCITA CaCO3 MALAQUITA Cu2CO3(OH)2 ATZURITA [Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2] DOLOMITA CaMg(CO3)2
Minerals no silicats (CARBONATS) IIMAGNESITA MgCO3 SIDERITA FeCO3 ARAGONITA CaCO3
Minerals no silicats (SULFATS)YESO CaSO4.2H2O ANHIDRITA CaSO4 BARITINA BaSO4
Minerals no silicats (ÒXIDS)MAGNETITAFe3O4 CORINDÓ Al2 O3 HEMATITES Fe2O3 ILMENITA FeTiO3 Casiterita SnO2 PIROLUSITA MnO2 RÚTIL TiO2
Minerals no silicats (HIDRÒXIDS)LIMONITA FeOOH BAUXITA FeO(OH) Al2O3.2H2O GOETHITA FeOOH
Minerals no silicats (FOSFATS)APATITA Ca5 (PO4) TURQUESA CuAl6[(OH)2/PO4]4.4H2O
Minerals no silicats (WOLFRAMATS)SCHEELITA CaWO4 WOLFRAMITA FeWO4
MINERAL CLASSIFICATION How minerals are grouped. Classification Minerals are generally grouped or classified based on their chemical composition. Most.
Classification of Minerals by Anionic Species (Anions are negative ions)
NATIVE ELEMENTS Carbon Sulfur Gold Silver SILICATES Olivine (Mg, Fe) 2 SiO 4 Quartz SiO 2 Feldspar KAlSi 3 O 8 Tourmaline NaMg 3 Cr 6 Si 6 O 18 (BO 3.
Mineral Groups Common Categories. Two Basic Divisions Silicates Contain Si and O Sialic or Simatic Non Silicates Does not contain Si.
1 Pb 2+ + I 1– → PbI 2 2 CO 3 2– + Zn 2+ → ZnCO 3 3 Ag + + Br – → AgBr 4 Ba 2+ + CO 3 2– → BaCO 3 5 NaOH + Mg 2+ → Mg(OH) 2 + Na + 6 H 2 S + Cd 2+ → CdS.
Mineral Groups in the Earth’s Crust Reference: Pages Minerals that form the rocks within Earth’s crust belong to Seven (7) main mineral groups:
Anglesite Lead II Sulfate PbSO 4 Morocco Barite Barium Sulfate BaSO 4 South Dakota.
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Do You Remember?. What element is this? How many P, N, & E?
Copyright © 2014 All rights reserved, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador Earth Systems 3209 Unit: 3 Earth’s Materials Reference: Chapters 2, 3, 6,
Classification of minerals Systematic classification of minerals is based on the chemical composition of the mineral.
Mineral Groups Reference: Tarbuck and Lutgens Pages Minerals that form the rocks within Earth’s crust belong to seven (7) main mineral groups,
1 What optical phenomena is shown here?
All in the Mineral Family Chapter 3: Minerals. Elementally Speaking Most minerals are made of 2 or more elements 8 elements are in greatest abundance.
Mineral Groups Section 5.4. Which Elements Make up the Earth’s crust? the top 8.
Definition of “Mineral” pg. 32 Minerals are the building blocks of rocks. Must exhibit specific characteristics: 1.Must occur naturally. 2.Must be inorganic.
Chemistry Jeopardy NameFormulasCombineWrite the Formula Properties
Ag + H 2 S Ag 2 S + H 2 Ag-Ag- H-H- S-S-. 2Ag + H 2 S Ag 2 S + H 2.
REVIEW FOR GEOLOGY 141 CHEMISTRY WHIZ SHEET (Follow along on p. 61) If one knows the chemical formula for a particular mineral, with a little help from.
Molar Mass & Stoichiometry. What is the Molar Mass of Mg(OH) 2 ? g/mole g/mole g/mole g/mole 5. Not listed
Groups of Minerals Minerals are grouped by the elements they are made of. Amethyst Beryl (Emerald) Calcite.
LEARN THOSE FORMULAE! Cut out the cards and use them as a board game or play as a slide show!
Mineral Groups Section 5.4. Mineral Groups 1.Describe the characteristics of YOUR mineral: Color, luster, metallic, dark/light, cleavage/fracture… 2.
Introduction to Mineralogy, Second edition William D. Nesse Copyright © 2012, by Oxford University Press, Inc. CHAPTER 18 Oxides, Hydroxides, and Halides.
I. Elements to Symbols In this event, your team must use your knowledge of the periodic table to turn element names into the correct element symbol.
Mineral Classification. There are over 3,000 minerals but only 30 are common. To keep them organized, they are classified into groups based on chemical.
IC5.5.5 Formulae of salts © Oxford University Press 2011 Formulae of salts How to work out the formulae of salts.
Mg + N 2 Mg 3 N 2 Pb + Ag + Pb 2+ + Ag Magnesium metal is burned in nitrogen Lead foil is immersed in silver nitrate A solution of ammonium sulfate.
WARM-UP Today’s Date: _______________ What is the connection between the Periodic Table and the minerals found on Earth?
MINERAL FAMILIES and RESOURCES Classified into 7 groups Based upon their chemical composition.
Key: Compound Calculations and Compound Stoichiometry.
MINERALS TYPES OF BONDING INTERMOLECULAR BONDING HYDROGEN BONDING Occurs primarily between water molecules due to polarity. VAN DER WAALS BONDING Occurs.
EARTH MATERIALS EQ:What materials compose the Earth? CLASSROOM UNSQUARED.
In the beginning…... your new friends: MINERALS Basic Building Blocks of Rocks.
What is a Mineral?. What is a mineral? Solid Not liquid, gas, or plasma.
Lecture 18 (11/29/2006) Systematic Description of Minerals Part 2: Oxides, Hydroxides Halides, Carbonates, Sulfates, and Phosphates.
What are rocks and minerals? How are they different? Scripps Classroom Connection Key Question:
1.Name the following compounds a. KBr b.Na 3 (PO 5 ) c.Al(NO 2 ) 3 2. Give the Chemical Formula for the following compounds a.Calcium Oxide b.Lithium Hydroxide.
1) 2Cu + O 2 2) 4Al + 3O 2 3) 4Na + O 2 4) 4K + O 2 5) Mg + O 2 6) 2Zn + O 2 7) 3Fe + O 2 8) 2Cu + O 2 9) 4Al + 3O 2 2CuO(Black ) 2Al 2 O 3 2Na 2 O 2K.
Memorization Quiz #2. Warmup: Write a balanced equation for the reaction that occurs when: Liquid carbon disulfide reacts with oxygen gas to produce carbon.
Drill: Determine the number of oxygen atoms 3.33 kg CaCO 3 :
Net Ionic Equations Double Replacement Redox / Single Replacement
MINERALS ARE EVERYWHERE. WHAT IS A MINERAL? All Minerals share the following 5 characteristics: Naturally occurring: a mineral forms by natural geologic.
Minerals. Composition of the Sun Abundance of Light Elements Rarity of Lithium, Beryllium, Boron Preference for Even Numbers Abundance peak at Iron,
Metallurgy Lecturer : Hong Vu, Ph.D., tel.:5025, room Literature: Chemical Metallurgy (J.J. Moore) Website: web.vscht.cz/vun/vun.htmweb.vscht.cz/vun/vun.htm.
Worksheet #6 answers. Chapter 7 and 9 review sheet 1.SR aluminum & hydrochloric acid > hydrogen & aluminum chloride Al + 3HCl 3 / 2 H 2 + AlCl.
EARTH MATERIALS IV Rock-forming minerals: non-silicates Professor Peter Doyle
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Calculate the Molar Mass Magnesium chloride Ammonium sulfate Answers: g/mol; g/mol.
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