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Introduction to Mineralogy
Oxides, Hydroxides, and Halides This is really one of the best textbooks I have used for any of the courses I have taught. Purchase Companion site Send feedback Also available as: It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Introduction to Mineralogy, Third Edition, consolidates much introdution the material now covered in traditional mineralogy and optical mineralogy courses and focuses erition describing minerals within their geologic context.
Moore and Robert C. Description Index About the author The second edition of Introduction to Mineralogy follows the highly successful first edition, which become an overnight market leader.
New to this Edition Substantial updates and revisions to the coverage of chemical bonding, partings, causes of mineral color, electron microprobe analysis, the scanning electron microscope, and microcrystalline varieties of silica A new section on carbonaceous material More emphasis on the use of a hand lens in mineral identification. Detailed descriptions of over common minerals are provided, and the geologic context within which these minerals occur is emphasized.
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Presenting the important traditional content of mineralogy--including crystallography, chemical bonding, controls on mineral nesee, mineral stability, and crystal growth--it provides students with a foundation for understanding the nature and occurrence of minerals. Introduction to Mineralogy 2nd edition. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
Strategies for Study Pub date Jan Mineral Associations Table C1. Chemical Analysis of Minerals 9. Numerous line drawings, photographs, and photomicrographs help make complex concepts understandable.
It presents the important traditional content of mineralogy including crystallography, chemical bonding, controls on mineral structure, mineral stability, and crystal growth to provide a foundation that enables students to understand the nature and occurrence of minerals.
Reviews " Introduction to MineralogyThird Edition, combines incredibly helpful optical data on minerals with the classic information of a mineralogy textbook. Note The price listed on this page is the recommended retail price for Japan. Coursebooks Readers Learner's Dictionaries.
Monday - Friday, 8: Disilicates and Ring Silicates Ebook This title is edihion as an ebook from RedShelf. FEATURES Describes in detail physical, optical, and X-ray powder diffraction techniques of mineral study Outlines common chemical analytical methods Provides thorough descriptions of more than common minerals, emphasizing the geologic contexts within which they occur Includes tables and diagrams that help students identify minerals using both physical and optical properties Incorporates numerous line drawings, photographs, and photomicrographs that elucidate complex concepts Introduction to Mineralogy can be packaged with Daniel Schulze's An Atlas of Minerals in Thin Section for use in your course for a nominal additional fee.
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I view this book as a text introductikn my students and as a future reference for them in their work as geologists. Introduction to X-ray Crystallography 8. Determinative Tables Table B.