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Introduction to Crystallography and Mineral Crystal Systems

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Introduction to Crystallography and Mineral Crystal Systems
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Publisher: Rockhounding Arkansas
Number of pages: 127

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Crystallography is a fascinating division of the entire study of mineralogy. We hope to bring you to a greater appreciation of natural mineral crystals and their forms by giving you some background and understanding into the world of crystallography.

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