• What are Minerals? | What are Mineral Properties?

    A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic solid, with a definite chemical composition and ordered internal structure.

  • Feldspar - Wikipedia

    Etymology. The name feldspar derives from the German Feldspat, a compound of the words Feld, "field", and Spat, "a rock that does not contain ore". The change from Spat to -spar was influenced by the English word spar, meaning a non-opaque mineral with good cleavage.

  • Feldspar Gemstone Info - GemSelect

    Feldspar is the most abundant mineral in the world, and includes gem varieties such as moonstone and andesine.

  • Mineral Properties, Photos, Uses and Descriptions

    Photos and information about 80 common rock-forming, ore and gemstone minerals from around the world.

  • Rock and Mineral Uses from Rockman

    Feldspar — Feldspar is a rock-forming mineral. It is important industrially in making glass, ceramics, enamelware and soaps. It is also used in making bonding material for abrasive wheels, cements, fertilizer, tarred roofing materials and as a sizing or filler in textiles and paper.

  • Sanidine: The feldspar mineral Sanidine information and pictures

    Detailed description, properties, locality information guide about the potassium feldspar mineral sanidine.

  • Amazonite: Buy Loose Amazonite Gemstones at Wholesale Prices ...

    Amazonite. Amazonite is a gemstone variety of green microcline, a feldspar mineral. It is named after the Amazon River in Brazil, though surprisingly no deposits have been found in that location.

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    Detailed description, properties, locality information guide about the plagioclase feldspar mineral labradorite.

  • Mineral Resources - Geoscience Australia

    Information on mineral resources in Australia, their uses, production and export figures, resource estimates and links to precompetitive products to facilitate exploration activity

  • feldspar | Properties, Uses, Types, & Facts | Britannica.com

    Whitewares are often referred to as triaxial bodies, owing to the three mineral types—clay, silica, and feldspar—consistently found in their makeup.

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  • Sunstone - Wikipedia

    Sunstone is a plagioclase feldspar, which when viewed from certain directions exhibits a spangled appearance.It has been found in Southern Norway, Sweden and in various United States localities.

  • Feldspar - Chemical composition | Britannica.com

    Whitewares are often referred to as triaxial bodies, owing to the three mineral types—clay, silica, and feldspar—consistently found in their makeup.