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Chapter 5 Vocabulary Minerals of the Earth’s Crust Name: _________________________ Period: ________
MINERAL _________________________ SILICATE MINERAL _________________________
NONSILICATE MINERAL _________________________ CRYSTAL _________________________
SILICON-OXYGEN TETRAHEDRON __________________________
MINERALOGIST _________________________ STREAK _________________________
LUSTER _________________________ CLEAVAGE _________________________
FRACTURE _________________________ DENSITY _________________________ Density = Mass/Volume
MOHS HARDNESS SCALE _________________________
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