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1. Feldspar. Feldspar is the most abundant mineral found on earth and constitutes about 60 percent of the earths crust. Feldspar is generally pale in colour and may be white, pink, tan, green or gray. Feldspar occurs in igneous and metamorphic rocks and has many industrial uses.
Muscovite is the most common mineral of the mica own family. It is an essential rockforming mineral present in igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks. It is an essential rockforming mineral present in igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks.
ADVERTISEMENTS After reading this article you will learn about the important silicate and nonsilicate minerals. Important Silicate Minerals Every silicate mineral contains the elements oxygen and silicon. Moreover except for a few minerals such as quartz, the crystalline structure of most silicate minerals contains one or more of the other common elements of the earths
A mineral guide specific to your area will cover other common types of mineral found in that region. If you are having difficulty identifying a mineral, some online resources such as minerals.net will let you search for the results of your tests and match them to possible minerals.
THE MINERAL MUSCOVITE. Muscovite is a common rock forming mineral and is found in igneous, metamorphic and detrital sedimentary rocks. Muscovite has a layered structure of aluminum silicate sheets weakly bonded together by layers of potassium ions. These potassium ion layers produce the perfect cleavage of muscovite. Although it has such easy
Muscovite is a mineral of the mica group consisting of aluminium and potassium. It is also known as white mica, isinglass and potash mica. Muscovite derives its name from Muscovyglass, the name given to the mineral in Elizabethan England in the sixteenth century as they came to know of its use in medieval Russia as a cheaper alternative to the glass in windows.
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