The Determinative Tables contain the optical data necessary for mineral identification in easily surveyable form.
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Optical Determination of Rock-Forming Minerals Pt. 1 : Determinative Tables.
Optical Determination of Rock-Forming Minerals, Part 1: Determinative Tables by Troeger, W. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles . Troeger, W. Published by Lubrecht & Cramer Ltd (1979). ISBN 10: 3510653114 ISBN 13: 9783510653119.
Part I. 188 p. 112 diagrams, 264 figures. Stuttgart: Schweizerbart'sche. ISBN 3 510 65311 4. . Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 May 2009. Export citation Request permission.
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In the first part of this course you will learn about minerals and their identification. MacKenzie and Guilford: Atlas of Rock Forming Minerals in Thin Section. Troeger: Optical Determination of Rock-forming Minerals (Part I - Determinative Tables). Minerals are the basic building blocks of geological materials. Classification, occurrence, crystal structure, physical proper- ties, chemistry, economical importance and use of the common minerals will be discussed. Weekly labo- ratories will teach students how to identify and describe a wide range of minerals. The course is divided into two parts.
Optical determination of rock-. forming minerals (W. TrSger), Part 1: Determinative tables. The tables are clearly and logically presented and the determinative diagrams are cross-referenced by each mineral having its own number
Optical determination of rock-. Pp. 188. S t u t t g a r t : E. Schweizerbart'sche. The tables are clearly and logically presented and the determinative diagrams are cross-referenced by each mineral having its own number. The section on monograms contains all the standard charts, but, in the interests of completeness, could well have included the one for Tobi's method of determining the optic axial angle, 2V or 2E. This book is likely to remain the standard work for many years to come.
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For quick determination, Wm Heinrich and Kerr are good books. Just to cite one of the most famous: Tröger,W. There are distinguishing optical optical properties of each mineral and these can be very effectively used. Moorehouse book can also be helpful in this regard. Taborzsky, . Trochim, . Ed. Schweizerbart’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung (Nägele u. Obermiller): Stuttgart, Germany, 1979.
Optical determination of rockforming minerals (W. TrSger), Part 1: Determinative tables (English German. B y H. U. B a m b a u e r, F. T a b o r z k y a n d H. D. Trochim.