Oxides, Hydroxides, Carbonates, Halides, and Soluble Salts. Oxides, Hydroxides, Carbonates, Halides, and Soluble Salts.
Sulfides, sulfates, carbonates, halides, phosphates, and hydroxides.
Aluminum Berillium Silicate...Includes Yellow & Red Beryl, Aquamarine, Emerald, Morganite....
Examples: chlorides, phosphates, nitrates, sulfides, vanadates etc.
Turquoise is a member of the turquoise group and is classed as a phosphate. Phosphates are a class of minerals that is part of a large and diverse group of minerals.
Carbonates- ex. Dolomite Halides- ex. Halite Native elements- ex. Silver Oxides- ex. Corundum Sulfates- ex. Gypsum Sulfides- ex. Galena
NaCl is otherwise known as the compound sodium chloride. It is classified as a halite (in the Halide group), which is sodium chloride (or rock salt) in mineral form.
Halite (NaCl) belongs to the chloride mineral class.
Assuming you mean calcite, it is a carbonate mineral.
the vandates of course
its part of the oxides. Wad is not a mineral, its a term applied to materials that include substantial amount of manganese oxide and hydroxide minerals
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A diamond is carbon. Apparently, the carbon group which includes diamonds is a subclass: native non-metals and semi-metals. You can see all mineral classes, below.
Anglesite is a lead sulphate derived from the weathering of lead ores.
1. Native Elements 2. Carbonates 3. Halides 4. Oxides 5. Sulfates 6. Sulfides
Many fluoride minerals are known, but of paramount commercial importance are fluorite and fluorapatite. Fluoride is the anion F−, the reduced form of fluorine when as an ion… and when bonded to another element. Its compounds often have properties that are distinct relative to other halides.