Mineralogy


(GEOL 502, 3 Credit Hours,
Lecture & Lab)









A review of the principles and practice of mineralogy. The lecture considers such aspects as symmetry, crystal chemistry, internal atomic arrangements (crystallography), and analytical methods. The laboratory experience deals with the classification and identification of minerals.

Dr. Clark teaches this in alternation with Dr. Cullers.

Mineralogy is the fundamental course in the Geology Major, as well as serving a need for students in related disciplines such as soil science.

G. R. Clark home page


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George R. Clark II, Department of Geology, Kansas State University, Thompson Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506-3201
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