# 3 Minerals Earths Dynamic Systems

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3 Minerals Earth's Dynamic Systems

structure of mesolite creates a natural chemical sieve. Its open structure solve or melt when atoms are removed from the crystal structure. 7. mind the approximate range of temperatures and pressures over which a given mineral is stable. 0. 1000. 2000. 3000. 4000. 5000. 500. erals presents some special problems.

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Chapter 3: Minerals Why do we study minerals? They are the building blocks of rocks, and the rock record is the key to the earth's past. We will not discuss the