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  • Cassondra West

    Mineral Chart. There's also a Rock Chart!

  • Karen Mitchell

    Includes all 6 crystal classes and presents the physical properties: hardness, habit, luster, cleavage, specific gravity, color, fluorescence, and streak.- $15.00 24" X36" and it LOOKS so neat. would love for kids room!

  • Julie Bailey Byers

    Minerals poster. For earth science, geology, homeschool, classroom. Includes all 6 crystal classes and presents the physical properties: hardness, habit, luster, cleavage, specific gravity, color, fluorescence, and streak.

  • Witching Moon

    Crystals & Stones: #Crystals, Minerals.

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Geology is the class I attended longest when I briefly went to college. I actually loved it so much and kinda miss it.

Osmium twinning / Osmium is a hard, brittle, blue-gray or blue-black transition metal in the platinum family and is the densest naturally occurring element, with a density of 22.59 g/cm3 (slightly greater than that of iridium and twice that of lead).

+ Rutilated Quartz | Rutilated quartz is quartz stone with rutile enclosures. Rutile is a mineral that is made up mostly of titanium dioxide, or TiO2. As a mineral, rutile is very high on the refractive index and disperses more than almost any other mineral.

This looks magical. And, yeah, it felt REALLY weird using the word "magical" to describe a rock.

Mineralia collection

Would love to go rock hounding for this someday.