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PROPERTIES ASSOCIATED WITH WATER

PROPERTIES ASSOCIATED WITH WATER

PROPERTIES ASSOCIATED WITH WATER. HYDRATES: Solids that contain water molecules as part of their crystalline structure. The water in the hydrate is known as the water of hydration or the water of crystallization.

By Jims
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An Introduction to Geology

An Introduction to Geology

An Introduction to Geology. Minerals are natural compounds formed through geologic processes. They are inorganic substances they do not contain carbon) and have a crystalline structure. The study of minerals is called mineralogy. Minerals. Crystal Structures.

By wanda
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Earth Materials— Minerals and Rocks

Earth Materials— Minerals and Rocks

Chapter 2. Earth Materials— Minerals and Rocks. Earth Materials – Minerals. Gemstones and other minerals, such as gold, have fascinated people for thousands of years and have been supposed to have mystical or curative powers Minerals have many essential uses in industrial societies

By sasilvia
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What is a Mineral?

What is a Mineral?

What is a Mineral?. By Liz LaRosa 5 th Grade Science www.middleschoolscience.com 2010. What is a mineral? Properties:. S olid Cannot be a liquid or a gas N aturally Occurring Found in nature, not man-made I norganic Is not alive and never was, non-living F ixed composition

By randi
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A toms and Minerals

A toms and Minerals

Magnet and Iron and slide. A toms and Minerals. Quartz SiO 2 common mineral. Minerals: Building blocks of rocks. Definition of a mineral : Naturally occurring Inorganic solid Ordered internal molecular structure Definite chemical composition Definition of a rock :

By josie
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MINERALS

MINERALS

MINERALS. Characteristics and Properties. What is a mineral? Naturally occuring Not man-made (synthetic) or biologically produced. Pearls, styrofoam, charcoal are not minerals Inorganic Not formed from processes involving organisms (living or once living) Solid

By nevan
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A Desktop Particle Accelerator Employing a Pyroelectric Crystal Jon Kalodimos, Kansas State University Dr. Rand Watson,

A Desktop Particle Accelerator Employing a Pyroelectric Crystal Jon Kalodimos, Kansas State University Dr. Rand Watson,

A Desktop Particle Accelerator Employing a Pyroelectric Crystal Jon Kalodimos, Kansas State University Dr. Rand Watson, Texas A&M Cyclotron Institute. Can pyroelectric crystals drive D+D fusion?. What is a pyroelectric crystal?

By orsin
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Classification of Minerals

Classification of Minerals

Classification of Minerals. Possibilities?. Chemical composition. Gold, Silver, Sulfur. Au, Ag, S. Native elements. Pyrite, Galena. FeS, PbS. Sulfides. Hematite, Magnetite. Fe 2 O 3, Fe 3 O 4. Oxides . SiO 2 KAl 2 (AlSi 3 O 10 )(OH,F,Cl) 2 KAlSi 3 O 8. Quartz, Mica, Feldspar .

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Biodegradable Plastics Produced by Microorganisms

Biodegradable Plastics Produced by Microorganisms

Biodegradable Plastics Produced by Microorganisms. Jackie Whitaker December 5, 2005 MB 433. Overview. Background Importance and Applications Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) PHA Biosynthesis PHA Recovery Polymer Properties Biodegradation. Background. What are Bioplastics?.

By Olivia
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Chapter 7 “Metallic Bonding”

Chapter 7 “Metallic Bonding”

Chapter 7 “Metallic Bonding”. Chemistry Grade 10. Bonding in Metals. OBJECTIVES: Explain the importance of alloys. Metallic Bonds are…. How metal atoms are held together in the solid. Metals hold on to their valence electrons very weakly .

By natara
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Simple, Efficient 3D Lattice Structure

Simple, Efficient 3D Lattice Structure

Solid Freeform Fabrication Morphology. TetraLattice. MSOE. TetraLattice Intro With the additive nature of Solid Freeform Fabrication it is possible to create structures never thought possible, such as complex, three dimensional lattice structures. TetraLattice is one of these structures.

By tareq
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Chemical and Physical Characterization

Chemical and Physical Characterization

Chemical and Physical Characterization. S-69.4123 Postgraduate Course in Electron Physics I P 16.11.2011. Introduction. Probing with Electron beams Ion beams X-rays Measurands Imaging Composition Impurities Crystal structure Thickness . Outline. Introduction

By rigg
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Ch. 13 Minerals

Ch. 13 Minerals

Ch. 13 Minerals . Minerals are naturally formed solids with a crystalline structure Minerals are made of atoms and compounds Crystals have definate shapes EXAMPLE: Table salt (NaCl) has a definate shape and is made of two elements. Silicate vs. Nonsilicate.

By reece
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Properties of Minerals

Properties of Minerals

Properties of Minerals. Geologists use characteristics to tell one mineral from another. What is a Mineral?. Must be a solid. Must occur in nature. Must have a definable chemical composition ( NaCl ). Must have a crystalline structure. Must be inorganic.

By seda
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Uranium

Uranium

Uranium. Samuel Beresford Period B. Properties of Uranium. Group none/rare earth metals Pretty reactive 19.05 grams per cubic centimeter. Properties of Uranium. 1135 degrees Celsius 3927 degrees Celsius Solid. Orthorhombic is it’s crystalline structure. History. Martin Klaproth 1789

By hamish
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Unit 04: BONDING

Unit 04: BONDING

Unit 04: BONDING. IB Topics 4 & 14 Text: Ch 8 (all except sections 4,5 & 8) Ch 9.1 & 9.5 Ch 10.1-10.7. My Name is Bond. Chemical Bond. PART 5: Giant Covalent Structures, Metallic Bonding & Physical Properties. Giant Covalent Structures.

By wei
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BONDING UNIT TIER3

BONDING UNIT TIER3

BONDING UNIT TIER3. Apply electronegativity values and the position of two elements on the periodic table to determine the type of dominant bonding that occurs; ionic, polar covalent or nonpolar covalent

By nike
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(It really does) Matter and its Phases

(It really does) Matter and its Phases

(It really does) Matter and its Phases. Dr. Anti-Matter Hazlett MHS. Inertia. To understand matter – you need to understand the concept of inertia This is the force(s) that keep something in rest The idea is based on energy This energy is divided into Kinetic and Potential

By bess
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Earth’s Materials

Earth’s Materials

Earth’s Materials . Minerals. On the periodic table, of the first 92 elements: 90 are found in the Earth The crust is the outermost layer of Earth, and includes all continental material and materials that form the ocean bottom. Extends 10km beneath the continents.

By creola
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Minerals and Rocks

Minerals and Rocks

Minerals and Rocks. Properties of Minerals Minerals must : 1.) occur naturally , formed by nature, not by man 2.) form from an inorganic process- from things that were never living 3 .) be solid- tightly packed particles 4.) have a crystalline structure- the

By italia
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