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Mineral Deposits and Their Characteristics

Applied Mineralogy pp Cite as. This chapter will deal with the formation processes of mineral deposits, i. Minerals are important because they contain most of the elements we use. All the minerals found in nature however do not fulfill this criterion. There are a number of factors which categorize a mineral as an economic one.

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