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  1. Introduction to Optical Mineralogy, Third Edition and An Atlas of Minerals in Thin Section: Book & CD Pack by William D. Nesse, Daniel J. Schulze, 2004-02-12
  2. Introduction to Mineralogy, International Edition by William D. Nesse, 2009-01-27
  3. Mineralogy (3rd Edition) by Dexter Perkins, 2010-01-14
  4. The Collectors Mineralogy Manual by Francis Burt Rosevar, 1953
  5. Mineralogy (2nd Edition) by Dexter Perkins, 2001-12-29
  6. Elements of Mineralogy by Brian Harold Mason, 1968-06
  7. Mineralogy by Dexter Perkins, 1997-12-29
  8. Origin and Mineralogy of Clays: Clays and the Environment
  9. Optical Mineralogy by Paul Francis Kerr, 1977-03-01
  10. Dana's New Mineralogy: The System of Mineralogy of James Dwight Dana and Edward Salisbury Dana by Richard V. Gaines, H. Catherine W. Skinner, et all 1997-10
  11. Introduction to optical mineralogy and petrography: the practical methods of identifying minerals in thin section with the microscope and the principles involved in the classification of rocks by M G Edwards, 2010-08-24
  12. Dana's Manual of Mineralogy by James Dwight Dana, 2009-04-27
  13. Applied Mineralogy: A Quantitative Approach by M.P. Jones, 1987-05-31
  14. Optical Mineralogy

1. Mineralogy Database
Complete, upto-date, mineral database containing 4442 mineral species descriptions and comprehensive picture library of images.
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Mineralogy Database Last update 7/22/07. This mineral database contains 4,442 individual mineral species descriptions with links and a comprehensive image library. Visit the " What's New " section for details. Mineral data for individual species are linked to mineral tables by crystallography, crystal structures, X-Ray powder diffraction, chemical composition, physical and optical properties, Dana's New classification, Strunz classification, mineral specimen images, and alphabetical listings of mineral species. There also are extensive links to other external sources of mineral data and information. Factoid #16 Silicon metal used in the semiconductor industry is purified to 99.9999999%. This impurity level is equivalent to 100 parts per billion (1x10 ). Using this ultra pure material, single

2. Mineralogy - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
mineralogy is an Earth Science focused around the chemistry, crystal structure, and physical (including optical) properties of minerals.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation search Mineralogy is an Earth Science focused around the chemistry crystal structure , and physical (including optical ) properties of minerals . Specific studies within mineralogy include the processes of mineral origin and formation, classification of minerals, their geographical distribution, as well as their utilization.

3. Mineralogy Database - Mineral Collecting, Localities, Mineral
The web s most comprehensive and regularly updated mineralogy database with information on minerals from around the world and thousands of photos.

4. MSA's Rock'n Internet Site
Learn about rocks and minerals. Ask questions and play mineral games online.
WELCOME to the Mineralogical Society of America's Mineralogy 4 Kids
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The BEST Place to Learn about Rocks and Minerals
Enter the world of mineralogy.
Get all the "dirt" on the rock family, right here.
Gotta Rocky question? We've got the answer.
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Selected by the Physical Science Gateway Mineralogical Society of America Home Page Questions? Comments?
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5. Geology 3010 Mineralogy Syllabus Fall, 2007
Nov. 15 Systematic mineralogy Native Elements Lecture Notes Native elements Adopta-Mineral Paper Due Lecture Notes Systematic Descriptive mineralogy
Geology 3010 Mineralogy Syllabus Fall, 2007
Here's the syllabus and links as of 1 November, 2007. The lecture meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 - 10:30 AM in Benson Earth Sciences (BESC) Rm 145. Laboratory sections meet in BESC 455. This syllabus is provisional and will evolve during the semester. There is a set of links to my html lecture notes for each lecture. In addition, there is a link to the Power Point lecture notes for each lecture. The Power Point notes are subject to change right up to the time of the lecture. Initially, these are the Power Point notes from last year's course. Links:
Dates Lecture Subject Notes Lab
Aug. 28 Mineral Definition PowerPoint 1 1. Introduction to Lab
Aug. 30 Mineral Properties PowerPoint Sep. 4 Chemical Classification of Minerals PowerPoint 1 2. Physical Properties Sep. 6

6. Mineralogy Database
Complete mineral database containing more than 5000 pages of mineral data. There are 4102 mineral species descriptions linked to mineral tables by
Mineralogy Database in HTML Format . Last update 10/20/99. This mineral database contains more than 5,000 web pages of mineral data. There are 4,102 individual mineral species descriptions with links. Visit the " What's New " section for details. The Mineralogy Database is moving to a new, permanent domain. Please make sure to bookmark the new location at Mineral data on individual species are linked to the following mineral table by crystallography, X-Ray powder diffraction, chemical composition, physical and optical properties, Dana's New classification, Strunz classification, and alphabetical listings of mineral species. I have also included links to other sources of mineral data available on the WWW. What is a Mineral ? Selected mineral definitions. Crystallography Mineral species by crystal system. New Java Crystal Models. X-Ray Powder Diffraction Mineral species by intensity and D spacing.(400 kb) Chemical Composition Mineral species by chemical elements selectable from a periodic table. New Dana Classification Mineral species by New Dana system.

7. Colgate Mineralogy
mineralogy. Minerals are the stuff of which planets are composed, the material from which civilizations are built, and the coveted jewels and precious
Geology 201
Minerals are the stuff of which planets are composed,
the material from which civilizations are built,
and the coveted jewels and precious metals of humankind....
The study of these naturally occurring crystalline substances is the science of Mineralogy Fall 2007 Syllabus
Lecture Schedule
Laboratory Schedule
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Study Game This course deals with the principles and concepts fundamental to understanding the physical, chemical, crystallographic and structural properties of minerals. The laboratory introduces techniques, including optical and x-ray, that aid in defining these characteristic properties. Familiarization with minerals of common occurrence, and hence of greatest importance in the understanding of Earth processes, is emphasized in the laboratories. Four lectures and one laboratory per week. Questions about the course to:

8. Mineralogy And Petrology Research On The Web
Links to web pages (eg, journals, organizations, and research groups) especially useful for researchers in mineralogy and petrology.

9. ATHENA: MINERALOGY; Pierre Perroud
Athena mineralogy a systematic classification of minerals.
Table of Contents

How to use this mineral database MINERAL LISTS
- Alphabetical list of minerals with formula and system.
- Minerals, with formula and system, ordered according to Strunz classification (1982).
- Other list: names of varieties, synonyms, foreign names, etc. listed alphabetically. MINERAL SEARCH
- Search database for mineral names.
- Bolean search database for given elements in formula.
- Search database for type locality MINERAL PICTURES - Mostly uncommon minerals (See also, below: opaque minerals) - Pictures will not be nice with obsolete hardware and software LINKS - Earth Sciences Links Science Shareware Bibliographical notes Abbreviations See also: Department of Mineralogy at UNIGE Ore Deposits at UNIGE (slides) Ore Microscopy at UNIGE (slides from opaque minerals) (Date: databases are permanently updated) ATHENA at un2sg4 ATHENA at hypo ATHENA at cptic Home ... Search Send comments to

10. Mineralogy Syllabus - Fall 2007
The Earth is a geological system, and mineralogy serves as a foundation for its study. Minerals are the fundamental building blocks of the Earth.
Geology 2081- Mineralogy Homepage:
Fall 2007
Lecture:  11:10  - 12:00am T-Th; E207 Howe-Russell Bldg
Lab: 1:40  - 3:00pm T-Th; E208 Howe-Russell Bldg
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Instructor: Dr. Barb Dutrow
Room 203, Howe-Russell Building  (Old Geology)
Office hours: 3:00 - 4:00 T- Th  or by appointment
Home Page:
E-mail: TAs: Corine Armstrong             
             201 Howe-Russell Building (Old Geology Building)                       
             Hours:   Wed. 10-noon, or by appointment              E-mail: Stephanie Welch             226 Howe-Russell Building (Old Geology Building)                                     Hours:   Mon. 3:30 - 5:30 pm or by appointment              E-mail:

11. Mineralogy
mineralogy, Lithology and Crystallography (with a database for crystal structures) The mineralogical collections, originating from the first half of the
N A T U R A L H I S T O R Y M U S E U M S A N D R E S E A R C H C E N T E R S E mail: Museums NatureQuest org
M I N E R A L O G Y Strength In This Field Collection:
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The Provincial Museum of Alberta

Edmonton, Alberta,
Canada The Geology Department has a collection of some 20,000 specimens (about 13,000 minerals; 4,000 rocks; and 3,000 stratigraphic specimens, and some 650 mineral species from over 80 countries). Museums of Natural History
(Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen)
Denmark The Mineral Collection goes back to the 1772 year and has some 1700 specimens of which some 550 mineral species are exhibited and laid up according to the latest edition of Strunz' "Mineralogische Tabellen" from 1970. The specimens illustrate first and foremost the variety of the mineral world as well as their remarkable nature through various aspects of crystallography. The Petrographic Collection (Rocks) is divided into the following units:
  • A systematic collection of magmatic and metamorphic rocks, principally with European examples.

12. Mineralogy
Announcing New Content for Faculty and Students New module on Teaching Phase Equilibria This webbased learning resource provides a comprehensive
On the Cutting Edge - Professional Development for Geoscience Faculty Teaching Mineralogy
Cutting Edge
Teaching Mineralogy: A Digital Collection of Teaching Materials
Related Links
Announcing New Content for Faculty and Students
New module on Teaching Phase Equilibria
This web-based learning resource provides a comprehensive introduction to heterogeneous phase equilibria in the geosciences. This site contains the essential background information needed to understand phase equilibria, links to related resources, examples of worked problems, and teaching activities. Some of the highlights of this module include:
New module on Geochemical Instrumentation and Analysis
This project provides an on-line tutorial of the analytical techniques commonly used to characterize geological materials. The goal is to help novices (such as students or scientists working out of their field) to gain an understanding of mineralogical, petrological and geochemical analytical techniques. This module covers

13. Friends Of Mineralogy
Friends of mineralogy is dedicated to the advancement of serious interest in minerals and related activities.
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Hewettite; Garland Co, AR Dedicated to the advancement of serious interest in minerals and related activities
We are collectors, professionals, and curators who share a love of mineral specimens and the desire to promote understanding and appreciation of mineralogy. Who We Are
The Friends of Mineralogy (FM), formed at Tucson, Arizona on February 13, 1970, operates on a national level and also through regional chapters. It is open to membership by all. FM's objectives are to promote, support, protect and expand the collection of mineral specimens and to further the recognition of the scientific, economic and aesthetic value of minerals and collecting mineral specimens.
Friends of Mineralogy is affiliated with The Mineralogical Record Magazine, The Mineralogical Society of America(MSA), the American Geological Institute(AGI), and magazine.

14. SCI-BITES: Journals Ranked By Impact: Mineralogy
Journals Ranked by Impact mineralogy. 7, Mineralogical Magazine (1.27), European J. mineralogy (2.68), Clay Minerals (10.38). 8, Applied Clay Science


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mineralogy is a detailed study of minerals including their nature and identification. The course includes lecture and laboratory activities.
POLICY STATEMENT AND COURSE SCHEDULE GEOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF GEOSCIENCES GLG 332Mineralogy Dr. Erwin Mantei MWF 10-11:50 am Temple 367office Temple 335 836-5446office phone number Office Hours: MW 8:30-9:30 am
TR 8:30-9:30 am Fall 2007
GLG 332 Mineralogy. 4(2-4)F. Prerequisites: GLG 110; CHM 170, 175; MTH 135 or equivalent. Includes the origin, classification, nature, description, and identification of rock forming and ore minerals.
Mineral Science, 22nd edition by Klein C. with interactive Cd rom disc
Mineralogy is a detailed study of minerals including their nature and identification. The course includes lecture and laboratory activities. We will identify minerals by name using physical properties, and possibly X-ray analysis. We will concentrate on the principles of crystallography, mineral chemical calculations, and atomic structures and classification of minerals. Also, we will explore the C.I.P.W. Norm.
Attendance is required . Chronic or excessive absence or tardiness may reflect attitude and can affect your grade. Tardiness often interferes with class proceedings. Percent attendance may be used to substitute for a low exam score. You must be present when attendance is taken to get credit for it.
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16. Yale Peabody Museum: The Collections: Mineralogy
The Division of mineralogy oversees an historically important worldwide collection of approximately 35000 specimens, with 36 documented type specimens,
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The Division of Mineralogy oversees an historically important worldwide collection of approximately 35,000 specimens, with 36 documented type specimens, and other presumed type specimens needing further documentation. In addition, the collection contains suites of material from localities that no longer exist, early prospecting material, a collection of gemstones, and a sizeable collection of Connecticut minerals.
Requests for general information on minerals or mineralogy should be directed to the Peabody Department of Public Education at 203.432.3775 or
Collections Manager.

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Division of Mineralogy Peabody Museum of Natural History Yale University P.O. Box 208118

17. Geol 284 Mineralogy-Lang
Geology 284 mineralogy - Fall 2007. Dr. Helen M. Lang Text mineralogy, 2nd Edition, Dexter Perkins, 2002. Field Trips
Geology 284 - Mineralogy - Fall 2007
Dr. Helen M. Lang Professor: Dr. Helen M. Lang
Office: 249 Brooks Hall
Office Hours: MW 1:30 - 3:30; or by appointment
Phone: (304)-293-5469
e-mail: Teaching Assistant: John Tellers
Office: 236 Brooks Hall
Phone: (304)-293-5603 leave a message
e-mail: Text: Mineralogy , 2nd Edition, Dexter Perkins, 2002 Field Trips:
There will be one required Field Trip to the Hillman Hall of Minerals at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh.
Saturday, Sept. 8, and one optional/make-up trip on Saturday, Nov. 10. Classes meet MWF at 9:30-10:20 in G 25 Brooks Hall
Roll will be taken at each class and students will be expected to attend class and be on time. If a student misses more than six of the scheduled class periods during the semester for any reason, he or she will lose one percentage point off his/her grade for each absence beyond the six allowed absences. Each student must attend one laboratory section each week in 305 Brooks Hall Lab 002: 12:30 to 2:20 PM on Tuesday OR Lab 003: 12:30 to 2:20 on Thursday Grading 2 Midterms (20% each) Final Exam Laboratory Field Trip Reports, Quizzes and Problems

18. Reviews In Mineralogy And Geochemistry
Web site for Reviews in mineralogy and Geochemistry.
advanced search GSW Home GeoRef Home My GSW Alerts ... Help Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry Pay-per-view now available (click on Full text, then scroll down past the member log-in) or Have Your Library Subscribe About Reviews Editorial Board Instructions for Authors ... Mineralogical Society of America
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19. SpringerLink Home - Main service/journals/00710/index.htm - Similar pages Philatelic mineralogy Gem, Rock, and Mineral Postage Stamps Topical stamps that feature minerals, rocks, and gems.
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20. Moon Mineralogy Mapper -
The Moon mineralogy Mapper (M3) is one of two instruments that NASA is contributing to India s first mission to the Moon, Chandrayaan1, which is scheduled
@import URL("css/style.css"); + View the NASA Portal The Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M ) is one of two instruments that NASA is contributing to India's first mission to the Moon, Chandrayaan-1, which is scheduled to be launched in 2008. M is a state-of-the-art imaging spectrometer that will provide the first map of the entire lunar surface at high spatial and spectral resolution, revealing the minerals of which it is made.
Scientists will use this information to answer questions about the Moon's origin and development and the evolution of terrestrial planets in the early solar system. Future astronauts will use it to locate resources, possibly including water, that can support exploration of the Moon and beyond. M Mission Overview
Launch: March 2008 Launch Vehicle: Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, India Spacecraft: Chandrayaan-1, India Launch Site: SDSC, India Cruise Time: 5.5 days Lunar Orbit: 100 km, polar Mission Duration: 2 years (four two-month optimal imaging geometry with global access) Field of View: 40 km Imaging modes: Global (140 m res) Targeted (70 m res) Ground Station: Bangalore, India

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