A Key for Determinative Mineralolgy, with Blanks for Laboratory Analysis: Prepared Especially for the Students in Chemistry and Geology in the Vincennes University, and Embracing One Hundred and Eighty of the Most Common and Useful Species, with Sixty Additional Varieties
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