Listed in: Geology, as GEOL-271
Formerly listed as: GEOL-30
Peter D. Crowley (Section 01)
The crystallography and crystal chemistry of naturally occurring inorganic compounds (minerals). The identification, origin, distribution and use of minerals. Laboratory work includes the principles and methods of optical mineralogy, X-ray diffraction, back-scattered electron microscopy, and electron beam microanalysis. Three hours of lecture and three hours of lecture/discussion and directed laboratory.
Recommended requisite: GEOL 111, CHEM 151 or 155 or their equivalent. Fall semester. Professor Crowley.