Minerals Guide: Rocks, Crystals, and Gemstones

Minerals Guide: Rocks, Crystals, and Gemstones

99 Dictionaries: The world of terms
  • Apr 4, 2020
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  • 5.0 and up
  • 0.00$

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This smart mineralogist is your important guide whether you are getting ready for an essay, studying for an exam, or simply wanting to deepen your interest in a pastime or increase your knowledge.

Geologists and enthusiasts can investigate and explore the aspects of minerals, rocks, crystals, and gemstones using the complete app “Minerals guide: Rocks, Crystals, and Gemstone“, which is like a large encyclopedia. Many different types of fossils that you may uncover can be identified with the help of the geology toolkit.

Most geologists use the following five criteria to define a substance as a mineral:

  1. Not human-made; it occurs naturally.
  2. The substance is inorganic because it is not produced by an organism.
  3. At standard both pressure and temperature, it is a solid and neither a liquid nor a gas.
  4. All occurrences of a mineral have a chemical composition that falls within a narrow range, which is defined as having a definite chemical composition.
  5. Their atoms are structured in a predictable and systematic pattern, giving them an ordered internal structure.

This offline, free dictionary:

  • Provides about 4000 definitions for terms and attributes
  • Perfect for academics, professionals, and amateurs alike
  • Advanced search with autocomplete – search starts and suggests words as you enter
  • Work offline – the database is included with the program, therefore searching uses no data
  • Contains countless instances to support the definitions
  • Voice search
  • Is the perfect app for fast references or learning more about mineralogy

Detailed and simple to understand, the Minerals Guide is highly comprehensive. It helps you remember everything the most. There is so much data for each category. For people who study geological sciences and related subjects like petrology, geochemistry, crystallography, and paleontology, this is ideal. It can be used as an introduction to mineralogy by amateurs or even children.


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