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Discusses the definition of a mineral as a naturally occurring, inorganic substance, with a definite composition and crystal form.
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Students will learn about the process of making synthetic diamonds, look at the controversy surrounding diamond mining, and compare the atomic structure of a diamond to that of graphite.
SCI.ESC.052 (Atoms and Molecules - Earth Science)
SCI.ESC.102 (Minerals - Earth Science)
SCI.ESC.104 (Mineral Identification - Earth Science)
SCI.ESC.105 (Mineral Formation - Earth Science)
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