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FC: Mixbook: Rocks and Minerals By: Bryant Abel Andrew Lee

1: Page 02: Igneous Page 04: Sedimentary Page 06: Metamorphic Page 08: Silicate Page 10: Non Silicate Page 12: Mineral Formation 1 Page 14: Mineral Formation 2 Page 16: Mineral Formation 3

2: rock formed from molten lava | Igneous Obsidian rock | igneous Diorite rock

3: How is it formed: It can be formed underground by melted rock / magnum. also formed by lava cooling | How it can be transformed: Changing temperature and pressure makes metamorphic Erosion, deposition, and cementing makes sedimentary

4: coal | limestone | iron ore | sedimentary

5: How its Formed: By am accumulation of sediments and time | How its transformed: Melting and cooling turns it into Igneous Changing in temperature and pressure turns it into metamorphic

6: metamorphic

7: Metamorphic how it forms: high temperature, great amount of pressure, | how it transforms : pressure , Exposure to these extreme conditions

8: m | mineral classifications | silicate chemical composition and structure: tetrahedrons | Characteristics: make up 90 percent of the crust of the Earth.

9: Examples: Albite Cancrinite Stilbite

10: Non-silicate | Oxides | Sulfides | Halides

11: 3 common examples: Oxides Sulfides Halides | non-silicates are composed of no silicon based structures and have more common uses such as table salt and paint dyes

12: solidification of melt | How this occurs: It happens when a liquid cools to form a solid | Examples: Water to ice lava cooling to a rock rock with high pressure gets transformed into a solid

13: water to an ice cube | lava cooling

14: Precipitation from solution | occurs :is a formation of a solid in a solution or inside another solid during a chemical reaction or by diffusion

15: Examples: Melting ice rock turning into magma magma forming in the inside of another rock

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