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Product NameMinerals Of New Mexico
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AuthorStuart A. Northrop, Florence A. Labruzza
Page Count346
Long DescriptionAfter reviewing briefly the history of the discovery and use of mineral in New Mexico, lists minerals alphabetically from acanthite, an important silver ore, to zircon, usually found microscopically in ancient and modern sediments. The articles describe the appearance, give its chemical makeup, reco
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