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Phosphate Minerals - Geology - About.com
The element phosphorus is very important for the basic machinery of life. Thus phosphate minerals, in which phosphorus is oxidized in the phosphate group, ...
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Apatite - Phosphate Minerals - Geology - About.com
Apatite is a family of minerals centered around fluorapatite, or calcium phosphate with a bit of fluorine, with the formula Ca5(PO4)3F. Other members of the ...
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Variscite - Phosphate Minerals - Geology - About.com
Variscite forms as a secondary mineral, near the surface, in places where clay minerals and phosphate minerals occur together. As these minerals break down,  ...
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Lazulite - Phosphate Minerals - Geology - About.com
The color of lazulite ranges from azure- to violet-blue and bluish-green. It's the magnesium end member of a series with the iron-bearing scorzalite, which is very ...
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Turquoise - Phosphate Minerals - Geology - About.com
Turquoise, a precious gemstone, is also a phosphate mineral.
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Pyromorphite - Phosphate Minerals - Geology - About.com
Pyromorphite is a significant phosphate mineral and ore of lead.
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Phosphate in a Nutshell - Geology - About.com
bone phosphate - Photo (c) Andrew Alden, licensed to About.com ( ... from the mantle, phosphorus occurs in a limited set of minerals, mainly the apatite group.
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Minerals and Mineralogy - Geology - About.com
Minerals, their identification, and the deeper science behind them.
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Dietary Minerals and Real Minerals - Geology - About.com
What Minerals Would We Eat if We Needed to Eat Minerals? ... like phosphorus, that their most stable configuration in water is as the big phosphate ion PO43-.
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Mineral Pictures Index - Geology - About.com
My master guide to annotated pictures to help you identify minerals: typical examples of ... Apatite—The phosphate mineral making up teeth and bones.
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