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The main mineral that might be confused with feldspar is quartz. Besides hardness, the biggest difference is how the two minerals break. Quartz breaks in curvy and irregular shapes (conchoidal fracture). Feldspar, however, breaks readily along flat faces, a property called cleavage. As you turn a piece of rock in the light, quartz glitters and feldspar flashes.
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It is a relatively rare mineral which occurs in the oxidized portions of lead bearing veins. Mohs Mohs is a scale of hardness applied to minerals. It ranges from 1 for talc to diamond at 10. Molybdates Molybdates refers to a group of minerals in which the molybdate radical (MoO4) is an important constituent. Ex wulfenite Molybdenite
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Twinning often has a dramatic effect on the outward symmetry of the mineral either by raising or lowering the symmetry. Twinning can make an orthorhombic mineral appear hexagonal or make a trigonal mineral appear monoclinic. There are two general types of twin styles; contact and penetration. Contact twins have a composition plane (the twin plane) that forms at the boundary between the two twins.
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Cerussite is a lead mineral which is often found in the oxidised parts of lead ore deposits. Its name stems from the Latin word cerussa, which means white lead, which it is often called in English. It has also been known as horn silver and lead spar. Cerussites bizarre twinning habits are one the reasons for its fame.
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The mineral may be readily recognized by its characteristic twinning, in conjunction with the adamantine lustre and high specific gravity. It dissolves with effervescence in dilute nitric acid . A blowpipe test will cause it to fuse very readily, and gives indications for lead.
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Microcline. Microcline is a silicate of potassium and aluminum, and an alkali member of the feldspar group. It is the phase of this compound that is stable at low temperature. The feldspars are major constituents of the rocks on the earth's crust and comprise some of the most important rock forming minerals. The four feldspars orthoclase,
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Native lead is rare; lead is far more commonly found and mined as the lead sulphide mineral galena. The Romans named the refined metal 'plumbum' and used it for pipes in plumbing. Its major use today is in lead acid batteries and for radiation shields. It is also a constituent of low melting alloys. Native lead is somewhat ductile and very malleable.
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Complete Information Guide to Rocks, Minerals, amp; Gemstones. Twinning. Tendency of some crystals to intergrow in a distinct way or form specific, repeated patterns. See penetration twinning, repeated twinning, and contact twinning.
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When the multiple twins are not parallel they are cyclic twins. Albite, calcite, and pyrite often show polysynthetic twinning. Closely spaced polysynthetic twinning is often observed as striations or fine parallel lines on the crystal face. Rutile, aragonite, cerussite, and chrysoberyl often exhibit cyclic twinning, typically in a radiating pattern.
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Origin of Twinning. The minerals rutile (TiO 2) and cassiterite (SnO 2 ) commonly show this type of twinning. Hexagonal System The minerals calcite (CaCO 3 ) and quartz (SiO 2) are the most common hexagonal minerals and both show the types of twinning common in hexagonal minerals.
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Chapter 9 TWINNING OF FELDSPARS INTRODUCTION It has been known for a long time that minerals of the feldspar group are often twinned. Even as early as 1807, Von Goethe wrote about twinning of the quot;rhombic feldsparsquot; in the neighbourhood of Karlsbad.
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Feldspar can be replaced by other minerals and mineral mixtures of similar physical properties. Minerals that could be used to replace feldspar include pyrophyllite, clays, talc, and feldspar silica (quartz) mixtures. The abundance of feldspar will make these substitutions unnecessary for the foreseeable future.
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Contact with specimens may lead to lead dust exposure, while workers in mines face a high risk of poisoning from contact with the mineral and the deadly dusts released through production. Once extracted, the lead content from this mineral poses environmental and health threats during treatment and
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Wholesale changes in chemistry of crystals like tourmaline group minerals leads to more dramatic changes. This type of zoning may also be produced by physical inclusions of rock or other minerals. An example of this would be clay, hematite, or chlorite inclusions coating the