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Elements & Compounds Properties,Crystal, Cleave & Fracture Formation & Uses Identification Miscellaneous $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
A substance made up of only one kind of atom? Compound Atom Element
What is the AN ELEMENT?
The state of Mercury (Hg) at room temperature? Solid Liquid Gas
What is LIQUID?
A chemical symbol (H) is a shorthand way of writing the name of this. Molecule Compound Element
What is AN ELEMENT?
A substance made up of two or more elements chemically combined (H 2 O). Molecule Compound Element
What is a COMPOUND?
A shorthand way to write a compound, H 2 O is an example of one. Molecule Chemical formula Element
What is CHEMICAL FORMULA?
A natural solid formed from elements and compounds in Earth’s crust Dirt Minerals Rocks
What is A MINERAL?
All minerals are this state of matter Solid Liquid Gas
What is SOLID ?
Mica splits into pieces that are… Cubes Sheets Hexagons
What is THIN SHEETS?
The splitting of a mineral into pieces with smooth, flat surfaces Cleavage Fracture Cracked
What is CLEAVAGE?
The breaking of a mineral into pieces with uneven surfaces Cleavage Fracture Cracked
What is FRACTURE?
The result of magma cooling underground Evaporation Precipitation Crystallization
What is CRYSTALLIZATION?
Ores are mined because they contain Crystals Useful metals & nonmetals Magnets
What are USEFUL METALS AND NONMETALS?
Two examples of precious stones are Feldspar and halite Ruby and hematite Sapphire and emerald
What are SAPPHIRE AND EMERALD?
When lava cools quickly, it forms this size crystal Large Coarse Small
What is SMALL?
This is the softest mineral listed on Mohs’ scale Diamond Talc Calcite
What is TALC?
The color of the powder left by a mineral Scratch Streak Acid test
What is STREAK?
The luster of a mineral that shines like a new coin Non metallic Metallic Transparent
What is METALLIC?
Magnetite is magnetic because it contains this Sulfur Iron Gold
What is IRON?
The formula for density D= v/m V=m*d D= m÷v
What is D=M÷V?
The acid test is used to determine if a mineral contains Gold Calcium carbonate Iron
What is CALCIUM CARBONATE?
The way a mineral reflects light Color Streak Luster
What is Luster?
Acid causes a mineral containing calcium carbonate to do this Nothing Fizz Burn
What is FIZZ?
Fluorite = 4 and Quartz = 7 Can fluorite scratch quartz? Yes No Yes, if you press hard enough
What is NO?
The hardest mineral on Mohs’ scale Talc Diamond Gold
What is DIAMOND?
MineralHardness Talc1 Gypsum2 Calcite3 Fluorite4 Apatite5 Feldspar6 Quartz7 Topaz8 Corundum9 Diamond10 Which minerals can NOT be scratched by feldspar?
What is Quartz, Topaz, Corundum and Diamond?
What is a Mineral? Naturally-formed solid substance with a crystal structure Naturally-formed solid substance with a crystal structure Pyromorphite.
So what is a mineral? What are the characteristics of all minerals?
DO NOW List at least 10 items that you came in contact with before school today that contained a mineral.
Chapter: Rocks and Minerals Table of Contents Section 3: Metamorphic Rocks and the Rock CycleMetamorphic Rocks and the Rock Cycle Section 1: MineralsEarths.
Target 1: I can effectively communicate the 4 components needed for a substance to be classified as a mineral. What is a mineral? It is a naturally occurring,
Minerals Chapter 3. What is a Mineral? Mineral Characteristics Naturally occurring Inorganic Solid Definite chemical composition Either elements or compounds.
MINERALS ARE MADE UP OF SINGLE ELEMENTS OR COMPOUNDS ELEMENTS A SUBSTANCE THAT CANNOT BE BROKEN DOWN TO ANY SIMPLER SUBSTANCE EIGHT MOST COMMON ELEMENTS.
1.The ten most common minerals make up ______ % of the Earths crust What do the properties of a mineral result from? Chemical Composition 3. Define.
S olid S olid Cannot be a liquid or a gas Cannot be a liquid or a gas N aturally Occurring N aturally Occurring Found in nature, not man-made Found in.
Minerals & Matter By Aysia, Gabrielle, & Nathan. What is Matter? anything with mass and volume anything with mass and volume.
Objectives Define a mineral. What is a mineral? Describe how minerals form. Identify the most common elements in Earths crust. –mineral –crystal –magma.
Chapter 3: Matter and Minerals (part II). Minerals: the building blocks of rocks Definition of a Mineral: naturally occurring inorganic solid characteristic.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu How to Use This Presentation To View the presentation as a slideshow.
Minerals Write down what you know about minerals. What things in this room are made of minerals?
EARTH SCIENCE Prentice Hall EARTH SCIENCE Tarbuck Lutgens
Minerals. What is a Mineral? A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic solid that has a crystal structure and a definite chemical composition.
Warm Up 9/27 1)The most common mineral group in Earth’s crust is the ____________. a. Carbonatesc. Oxides b. Silicatesd. Sulfides 2)What are the building.
Crystals. Geologists Found in minerals and have a regular geometric shape.
Crystals. Found in minerals and have a regular geometric shape.
What is a Mineral. What is a Mineral? A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic solid with a specific chemical composition and a definite crystalline.
ARE ALL ROCKS MINERALS?. HOW DOES MATTER CHANGE? LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MATTER: NO MATTER CAN BE CREATED OR DESTROYED SOLIDLIQUID:MELTING LIQUID GAS:
Minerals 1.Naturally occurring 2.Inorganic 3.Solid - crystalline (orderly) structure. -- Can be elements or compounds.
Physical Properties of Minerals In addition to the characteristics of minerals which are required for a substance to be a mineral, there are physical properties.
MineralsMinerals. Question of the Day Question: Describe 2 of the stations from your minerals lab. Answer: ……… Turn In: Classifying Items Minerals Lab.
Chapter 4 - Minerals. Mineral - definition Naturally Naturally occurring Inorganic Inorganic Solid Solid Specific Specific chemical composition Definite.
Earth Processes: Part 1: Lithosphere (land) The student will be able to describe types of rocks and the processes involved in the rock cycle. The student.
Unit 3 Minerals and Rocks The Big Idea: Minerals and rocks are basic building blocks of Earth and can change over time from one type of mineral or rock.
Mineral Identification Lab Purpose of Lab: to observe the various physical properties of common rock forming minerals to utilize the combination of physical.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Minerals of Earth’s Crust Chapter 5 Table of Contents Section 1 What.
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