Crystallisation of minerals
Classification of minerals (classification of the most common rock forming minerals after Strunz)
Sulphur, carbon, iron, galena, cinnabar, sphalerite, chalcopyrite, pyrite, marcasite, covellite, antimony, arsenopyrit, halite, fluorite, sylvite, corundum, hematite, ilmenite, spinel, rutile, brucite, gibbsite, goethite, lepidocrochite, calcite group, aragonite group, dolomite, barite, anhydrite, gypsum, apatite, olivine group, garnet group, zircon, Al2SiO5 group, titanite, epidote group, beryl, turmaline group, piroxene group, amphibole group, wollastonite, serpentine group, kaolinite group, talc, montmorillonite group, micas, chlorite group, quartz (and modifications), feldspars, leucite, nepheline, analcime, zeolite group.
Optical methods: transmitting light, optical indicatrix, conoscope method.

Geology (UN)

LevelYearSemesterETCS
1126

Hours

LecturesSeminarsPractiseOtherΣ
30060090

Staff

TeacherMirijam Vrabec
AssistantNastja Rogan Šmuc
Simona Jarc
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