The Study Of Rocks and Minerals
By: Gavin Quirarte
Gold: The chemical element In its purest form, it is a bright, slightly reddish yellow, dense, soft, malleable and ductile metal.Gold is used in Jewelry, coins, medallions, and more.
Uranium is used in medicine, submarines, atomic bombs, and more U.S. defensing systems.
Examples: Construction, machinery, and transportation
Examples: paper manufacturers, chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
Titanium: a hard silver-gray metal and it used in strong, light, corrosion-resistant alloys.
Examples: watches, kitchen sink, golf cub
Chromite: chromite is a major constituent in stainless steel. It is one of the first minerals to separate from a cooling magma.
Definition: A shiny grayish metal.
Definition: silvery-white metal that is to protect against corrosion
Examples: Washing Machines, Jewelry, metal poles.
Copper: A red brown wire
Examples: Chalk, Wallboard
Examples: emery wheels, electric arc welders, toothpaste, and paint pigment
Examples: Babypowder, Corn Starch, art sculptures