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Rock-Forming Minerals: Non-Silicates: Oxides, Hydroxides and Sulphides

J. F. W. Bowles, R. A. Howie, D. J. Vaughan, J. Zussman - Science - 2011 - 920 pages
Volume 5A of this second edition of Rock-Forming Minerals focuses on oxides, hydroxides and sulphides. Since the publication of the first edition, in 1962, there has been an ...
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Rock-Forming Minerals: Single-chain Silicates, Volume 2A

William Alexander Deer, Robert Andrew Howie, J. Zussman - Science - 1997 - 668 pages
A second edition, in two parts, of volume two of this reference series. This part deals mainly with the pyroxene minerals, but also with pyroxenoids, sapphirine and aenigmatite ...
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Rock Forming Minerals: Layered Silicates Excluding Micas and Clay Minerals ...

William Alexander Deer, Robert Andrew Howie, J. Zussman - Science - 2009 - 314 pages
This extensive revision deals with the minerals talc, pyrophyllite, chlorite, serpentine, stilpnomelane, zussmanite, prehnite and apophyllite. The text has been completely ...
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Rock-forming Minerals in Thin Section

Hans Pichler, Cornelia Schmitt-Riegraf - Science - 2012 - 220 pages
Identificationof rock-forming minerals in thin section is a key skill needed by all earth science students and practising geologists. This translation of the completely revised ...
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Atlas of the Rock-Forming Minerals in Thin Section

W.S. Mackenzie, C. Guilford - Science - 2014 - 104 pages
'Hurray for Mackenzie and Guilford for at last we have a pictorial guide to the rock-forming minerals! . . . such feasts of colour in mineralogy books are rare . . . an ...
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A Key for Identification of Rock-Forming Minerals in Thin Section

Andrew J. Barker - Nature - 2014 - 182 pages
Structured in the form of a dichotomous key, comparable to those widely used in botany, the mineral key provides an efficient and systematic approach to identifying rock ...
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