Identification of Minerals

MINERALS CAN BE IDENTIFIED BY THEIR PHYSICAL PROPERTIES, SUCH AS HARDNESS, COLOR, APPEARANCE (LUSTER) AND ODOR

Minerals can be identified by their physical properties, such as hardness, color, appearance (luster) and odor

Minerals can be identified by their physical properties, such as hardness, color, appearance (luster) and odor
Minerals can be identified by their physical properties, such as hardness, color, appearance (luster) and odor

Minerals can be identified by their physical properties, such as hardness, color, appearance (luster) and odor. The most common laboratory method used to identify a mineral is X-ray diffraction (XRD). X-ray diffraction is a technique in which X-ray light is irradiated and observed on a sample and how the light output from the sample bends. 

You can identify a Minerals by its appearance and other properties. The definition of a mineral is more limited than you might initially think. For example, the glass is made of sand, which is rich in the mineral quartz. But the glass is not a mineral because it is not crystalline. Instead, glass has a random accumulation of molecules.

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