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Updated Thursday, 28th September 2006
What is your crystaline rock?

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What rocks are these?

You have identified your rock as having a crystaline structure.
Is this correct? If not, start again.

Look at the way the crystals are arranged in your sample:

The crystals are randomly distributed

The crystals are in an aligned structure

 

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