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  • USGS Geology and Geophysics

    USGS Geology and Geophysics

    Minerals close up A pile of minerals. This image shows some of the most common minerals you'll find in rocks. This pile contains plagioclase feldspar, potassium feldspar, quartz, muscovite mica, biotite mica, amphibole, olivine, and calcite.Can you identify any of them?

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  • Mica Group Mica Group mineral information and data.

    Mica Group Mica Group mineral information and data.

    A group of sheet silicates that can be parted into flexible or brittle sheets. Includes the True Micas and the Brittle Micas. Also known as the 'mica family.'

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  • University of Minnesotas Mineral Pages Olivine

    University of Minnesotas Mineral Pages Olivine

    Although olivine is an important component of mafic igneous rocks, there really is no single mineral called olivine. Instead, olivine is a minerals series in which iron and magnesium substitute for one another in the same crystal structure.

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  • Mica  Minerals Education Coalition

    Mica Minerals Education Coalition

    Mica. Mica is a mineral name given to a group of minerals that are physically and chemically similar. They are all silicate minerals, known as sheet silicates because they form in distinct layers.

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  • Olivine

    Olivine

    The mineral olivine (/ l v i n /) is a magnesium iron silicate with the formula (Mg 2+, Fe 2+) 2 Si O 4. Thus it is a type of nesosilicate or orthosilicate . It is a common mineral in Earth's subsurface but weathers quickly on the surface.

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  • University of Minnesotas Mineral Pages Calcite

    University of Minnesotas Mineral Pages Calcite

    A common rock forming mineral found in felsic igneous rocks, pegmatites and metamorphic rocks, muscovite is the lightest colored member of the mica mineral group. Micas are a group of sheet silicate minerals distinguished by their perfect single cleavage.

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  • Mineral and Rock Guide booked   City College of San Francisco

    Mineral and Rock Guide booked City College of San Francisco

    3 55 Mineral (Silicate Sheet Mica) Not metallic 1 flexible cleavage plane (sheet), dark colored; brown streak. Biotite Igneous Rock Frothy Light colored (therefore felsic or

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  • Olivine A rock forming mineral. Used as the gemstone peridot.

    Olivine A rock forming mineral. Used as the gemstone peridot.

    Olivine is a mineral that is not often used in industry. Most olivine is used in metallurgical processes as a slag conditioner. High magnesium olivine (forsterite) is added to blast furnaces to remove impurities from steel and to form a slag.

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