Third Appendix to the Sixth Edition of Dana's. System of Manual of Mineralogy . Sixth Edition of Dana's System of Mineralogy, prepared by the author (). Manual of Mineralogy. Sixteenth Edition. Revised by Cornelius S. Hurlbut, Jr. By the late EDWARD S. DANA A Textbook of Mineralogy. Fourth Edition. Revised. It was felt that this was.. the title has been changed again to its original form and the book is to be known in the future as " Dana's Manual of Mineralogy. among.
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Third Appendix to the Sixth Edition of Dana's System of Mineralogy Cloth, net $ BY DANA AND FORD Manual of Mineralogy For the Student of. DANA'S. Manual of Mineralogy. REVISED BY. CORNELIUS S. HURLBUT, Jr., Ph .D. Associate Professor of Mineralogy. Harvard University. PHYSICAL MINERALOGY. The PHYSICAL CHARACTERS of minerals fall under the following heads: I. Characters depending upon Cohesion and.
Probably derived from the locality Magnesia, bordering on Macedonia. A fable, told by Pliny, ascribes its name to a shepherd named Magnes, who first discovered the mineral on Mount Ida by noting that the nails of his shoes and the iron ferrule of his staff adhered to the ground.
An important iron ore.
Fe,Zn,Mn 0. Fe,Mn 2O3. Shows wide variation in the proportions of the different elements present, but conforms to the general formula, R0.
Habit strongly octahedral. Dodecahedron sometimes as truncations. Other forms rare.
Crystals often rounded. Massive, coarse or fine granular, in rounded grains or crystallized.
Physical Properties. Dana's manual of mineralogy for the student of elementary mineralogy, the mining engineer, the geologist, the prospector, the collector, etc. Online library. New books. James Dwight Dana:: Dana's manual of mineralogy for the student of elementary mineralogy, the mining engineer, the geologist, the prospector, the collector, etc: James Dwight Dana Title: Dana's manual of mineralogy for the student of elementary mineralogy, the mining engineer, the geologist, the prospector, the collector, etc Publisher: New York, J.
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