• A Brief Introduction to Minerals

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    A Brief Introduction to Minerals
    Minerals, by definition, are naturally occurring “inorganic” (Not containing any organic) substances, often characterized by a precise crystal structure. Its “chemical structure” (The atomic arrangement of a substance) can be exact or can vary within a range. “Native elements” (Group of minerals with a molecular structure of only one element; examples are Copper, Sulfur, and Diamond). that occur in nature are also considered minerals. Minerals are economic goods. They are mined for the valuable elements they...
  • How Gemstones are Formed in Nature

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    How Gemstones are Formed in Nature
    How Gemstones are Formed Minerals form under various conditions in the Earth's crust, the outermost layer of the Earth, with a depth of 8 to 40 km. Only two gemstone varieties (Peridot and the mighty diamond) form in the Earth's mantle, representing 84% of the Earth's volume. It consists mostly of molten rock called magma and is made up of 44.8% oxygen, 21.5% silicon,...
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