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2mineral An inorganic natural substance is characterized by its atomic structure and physical and chemical properties
3mineral An inorganic compound occurring naturally in the earth's crust, with a distinctive set of physical properties, and a definite chemical composition
4mineral Natural component of rocks A naturally occurring inorganic solid with a crystalline structure and a specific chemical composition Over 2,000 types of minerals have been classified
5mineral Any substance that is neither animal or vegetable It is any class of substances occurring in nature, usually comprising of inorganic substances, such as quartz or feld- spar, of definite chemical composition and definite crystal structure It sometimes includes rocks formed by these substances Ground water dissolves these rock substances, and the dissolved minerals are present in tap water Depending on the kinds of rocks the water comes in contact with, the minerals dissolved in the water may be just a few or they may be many Water handness is mostly comprised of these minerals
6mineral Natural inorganic substance which is either definite in chemical composition and physical characteristics or any chemical element or compound occurring naturally as a product of inorganic processes
7mineral An inorganic chemical element or compound occuring naturally Not vegetable or animal
8mineral A naturally occurring inorganic solid The internal crystalline structure of a mineral is controlled by its elemental composition As an example of the way in which the elemental composition is expressed, the definition in this dictionary for "Augite" includes the term "(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)2)O6 " What this means is that the first element can be either Calcium or Sodium, the second element can be either Magnesium, Iron, or Aluminum, the third element can be two atoms of either Silicon or Aluminum, and the final element is six atoms of Oxygen
9mineral naturally formed inorganic substance with a particular chem ical composition minifundium (plural mini/undid) small peasant holding in some South American countries, such as Brazil mist low cloud caused by the condensation of water vapour in the lower part of the atmosphere Mist is less thick than fog, visibility being 1-2 km mistral cold, dry, northerly wind that occasionally blows during the winter on the Mediterranean coast of France It has been known to reach a velocity of 145 kph
10mineral Organic and inorganic substances occurring naturally, with characteristics and economic uses that bring them within the purview of mineral laws; a substance that may be obtained under applicable laws from public lands by purchase, lease, or preemptive entry
11mineral A naturally occurring, usually inorganic, solid consisting of either a single element or a compound, and having a definite chemical composition and a systematic internal arrangement of atoms
12mineral A term applied to inorganic substances (such as rocks and similar matter) found in the earth strata, as opposed to organic substances such as plant and animal matter Minerals normally have definite chemical composition and crystal structure The term is also applied to matter derived from minerals, such as the inorganic ions found in water The term has been incorrectly applied to ion exchangers, even though most of the modern materials are organic ion exchange resins
13mineral solid homogeneous inorganic substances occurring in nature having a definite chemical composition
14mineral A mineral is a substance such as tin, salt, or sulphur that is formed naturally in rocks and in the earth. Minerals are also found in small quantities in food and drink. Any naturally occurring homogeneous solid that has a definite (but not fixed) chemical composition and a distinctive internal crystal structure. Minerals are usually formed by inorganic processes. Synthetic equivalents of various minerals, such as emeralds and diamonds, are manufactured for commercial purposes. Although most minerals are chemical compounds, a small number (e.g., sulfur, copper, gold) are elements. Minerals combine with each other to form rocks. For example, granite consists of the minerals feldspar, quartz, mica, and amphibole in varying amounts. Rocks are generally, therefore, an intergrowth of various minerals. carbonate mineral clay mineral halide mineral mineral processing oxide mineral silica mineral silicate mineral sulfide mineral sulphide mineral
15mineral of or pertaining to minerals, consisting of minerals  sıfat
16mineral relating to minerals; "mineral elements"; "mineral deposits"
17mineral of or containing or derived from minerals; "a mineral deposit"; "mineral water"
18mineral a naturally occuring, homogeneous inorganic solid substance having a definite chemical composition and characteristic crystalline structure, color, and hardness - BACK>>
19mineral A naturally occurring, inorganic, crystalline solid that has a definite chemical composition and possesses characteristic physical properties
20mineral A naturally occurring inorganic element or compound having an orderly internal structure and characteristic chemical composition
21mineral natural substance belonging to a group of inorganic (often crystalline) compounds which are found in the earth, that which is not animal or vegetable  isim
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