Structural Classification of Minerals: Volume 2: Minerals with ApBqCrDs to ApBqCrDsExF by J. Lima-de-FariaStructural Classification of Minerals: Volume 2: Minerals with ApBqCrDs to ApBqCrDsExF by J. Lima-de-Faria

Structural Classification of Minerals: Volume 2: Minerals with ApBqCrDs to ApBqCrDsExF

byJ. Lima-de-Faria

Paperback | September 22, 2011

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This book presents the second volume of a complete development of the new structural classification of minerals, which is based on the internal crystal structure, and is therefore its natural classification. Because of the large domain of the mineral kingdom, this work is divided into three volumes, in which the minerals are ordered from the structurally simple to the more complex. Audience: This work will be of particular interest to teachers and research workers in mineralogy, and in inorganic crystal structures in academia.
Title:Structural Classification of Minerals: Volume 2: Minerals with ApBqCrDs to ApBqCrDsExFFormat:PaperbackDimensions:167 pages, 10.98 × 8.27 × 0.68 inPublished:September 22, 2011Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048162181

ISBN - 13:9789048162185

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Table of Contents

Introduction. Some details of the structural notation. List of topographical corrections in Vol. 1. Acknowledgements. Systematic tables. Tables of mineral structure types. Mineral Index.

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"The great strength of this book lies in the information in the tables. The book is printed on good-quality paper with clear type. Compared to other mineralogical books, the price is reasonable. Earth Science libraries will find a copy useful as a reference text, and the price may be low enough to justify a personal copy." (Peter Bayliss in The Canadian Mineralogist, 41 (2003)