Minerals are strong substances that are available in nature and can be made of one component or more components consolidated together (concoction mixes).
Gold, Silver and carbon are components that structure minerals all alone. They are called local components. Rather, customary kitchen salt is a substance exacerbate that is called rock salt, which is a mineral framed of sodium and chlorine particles. Particles, particles and atoms that structure a mineral are available in the space in a clean path and as indicated by very much characterized mathematical shapes, which are called gem cross sections. The structure of the precious stone grid characterizes the state of the gem through our eyes. For instance, rock salt or kitchen salt is a mineral framed of cubic-molded precious stones. Its gem cross section has a similar shape and comprises of sodium and chlorine particles that are available in the space in substitute request.
The request for iotas in the space and the manner in which they consolidate with one another decide the manner in which a mineral can overlay or peel. Cover is the property that a few materials need to break as per their mathematical shape. Its concoction sythesis additionally decides the shade of the precious stone, for example, the yellow shading for the topaz, red for ruby, purple for amethyst quartz. Another trait of minerals is their hardness, which is their protection from scratches. Hardness is ordered by numbers (from 1 to 10), as per the Moh's scale.
Toward the start of the scale there are delicate minerals that can be scratched with a nail, for example, powder, chalk and calcite. Toward the finish of the scale there is the jewel, which is the hardest mineral in nature. ite. All'ultimo posto troviamo il diamante che è il minerale più duro esistente in natura.
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