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Classification of Materials
Materials used in the design and manufacture of products Plastics Wood Ceramics Metals Fabrics
Classification of Materials (Fabrics) Fabrics can be further classified as natural and synthetic NaturalSynthetic CottonNylon CanvasPolyester
Metallic Lustre (appearance) Metallic minerals have the lustre of polished metal surfaces will act like a mirror. Examples include Gold and Silver.
Dull Lustre (appearance) Dull minerals exhibit little to no lustre, due to coarse granulations which scatter light in all directions.
In general, materials can be classified as “soft” and “hard” materials. For example a pillow is soft and a wood is hard. Soft and hard materials
Properties of Minerals Geologists use characteristics to tell one mineral from another.
We recycle! Enjoy Learning Science. We recycle! It is made of glass. It is made of metal. It is made of cardboard. It is made of plastic.
Minerals Feldspar Quartz. What is a Mineral A mineral is: The basic materials of Earth’s crust. naturally occurring is inorganic is a crystalline solid.
Properties of Minerals Scientists use characteristics to tell one mineral from another.
Materials Stephen RoneyJICSeptember, china Stephen Roney JIC September, 2013.
Rocks and Minerals Grade 7 Science. Goal I can identify rocks and minerals using their properties and how they are formed.
10.1 I NVESTIGATING M INERALS. M INERAL A pure, naturally occurring inorganic solid. There are hundreds of different minerals on our planet – many look.
Chapter 2 Materials and Process Classifications. Objectives Differentiate between primary and secondary material processing industries. Major processing.
Investigating the properties of a sample of matter gives you important clues about its nature and composition, or makeup.
What are rocks and minerals? All rocks are made of minerals A mineral is a pure substance that forms naturally in the Earth Rocks can contain one.
Metals, Nonmetals and Metalloids. Coloring in the Periodic Table.
Light Exploration. In this activity you will: Observe that light passes through some materials easily,some materials partially, and some not at all. Classify.
What is a Material? How are Materials used?. What materials can you think of? Plastic Metal Wool Glass Wood Rock or Stone Fabric Rubber Sand.
Sometimes you need more information than just color and appearance to identify most minerals.
G RADE 7 S CIENCE U NIT 4: T HE E ARTH ’ S C RUST Rocks and Minerals.
Chapter 4 - Minerals. Mineral - definition Naturally Naturally occurring Inorganic Inorganic Solid Solid Specific Specific chemical composition Definite.
Minerals Mar Minerals are all non-living solid material most minerals are rare. Like gold common minerals are found throughout the earth’s crust.
Precious: Has beauty, durability, size, and rarity.(Diamond, emerald, opal,ruby,safphire) Semi-precious: only two of those (quartz, Jade) A gemstone or.
Saturday, June 04, 2016 The Earth’s Crust Mineral Identification.
Properties of Minerals. What is a mineral? Minerals are a naturally occurring solid that are found in the rocks and soil of earth. Rocks are made out.
The Enormous Room. SurfacesCharacteristics Group – Organics Wood Cane Wicker Shellac and Varnish Leather Wool, Cotton, Flax Organics absorb water and.
Describe the properties that are used to identify minerals.
Light Exploration Write On Grade. Learner Expectation Content Standard: 14.0 Energy The student will investigate energy and its uses. Learning Expectations:
Manufacturing I Metal Types, Shapes and Identification.
Identifying Minerals. Minerals can be identified by looking at their physical properties including: color, luster, streak, cleavage or fracture, and hardness.
Metals, Nonmetals and Metalloids. Notice the difference between the appearance of the metals and nonmetals. Click here for a better view of each of the.
Types of Rocks Geologists place rocks into three groups according to how they form: igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic.
The Ray Model of Light. Light travels in straight lines: Laser Part 1 – Properties of Light.
2.1 The rock cycle describes how rocks form and change over time.
Identifying Minerals Every mineral has certain identifying characteristics 1.Color 2.Streak 3.Luster 4.Density 5.Hardness 6.Crystal Systems 7.Cleavage.
Mineral Identification Aim: How do we identify minerals? Chapter 3: section 2.
As the spoon moved by the cup, It tapped against it’s side.
A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic solid that has a crystal structure and a definite chemical composition.
Metals, Nonmetals and Metalloids. Use this to color the Periodic Table on your table. Glue in journal!
Sound, pitch and vibration As the spoon moved by the cup,
Kim's Game Language Game. Introduction Each of you has one word. Other students will have to guess your word. DO NOT SAY THE WORD ON YOUR LIST. Questions.
Hardness Definition What can be used to test hardness of a mineral? Name of Scale to Measure Hardness of Minerals and Minerals in order from softest to.
Lesson 8 What properties are used to identify minerals?
EARTH’S CRUST 7.1 – MINERALS: BUILDING BLOCKS OF ROCKS.
The Ray Model of Light. Light and Matter Light is represented as straight lines called rays, which show the direction that light travels. Ray diagrams.
Unit 4F: Simple circuits: L.O. 1, 2: N.C. 4.1a Unit 6F: How we see things.
Wood comes from trees Modified wood is treated wood or a material made from wood mixed with other substances. (i.e. Plywood, particleboard, fibreboard)
Properties of Minerals. What is a Mineral? Minerals are formed in nature. Minerals are solids. Minerals have a crystal structure and definite chemical.
By the end of the activity you should be able to: understand how different materials are used in your environment. You should be able to recognise different.
Minerals. Minerals Minerals are: Formed in nature Solid Never been alive.
What is a Mineral? A mineral must occur naturally in the Earth’s crust. It cannot be a manufactured or manmade item. A mineral must be inorganic rather.
4.2 Physical & Chemical Properties / Changes pp
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