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By R. H. Mitchell, M. I. Novgorodova, E. I. Semenov (auth.), Prof. Dr. A. S. Marfunin (eds.)

All current introductory reports of mineralogy are written accord­ ing to a similar set of rules, often referred to as the "Dana process of Mineralogy". Even glossy complicated handbooks, that are cer­ tainly precious, contain simple info on minerals and are basically descriptive. whilst simple details at the chemistry, constitution, optical and actual homes, unique positive aspects and para­ genesis of 200-400 minerals is gifted, then there's virtually no extra area on hand to incorporate new principles and ideas in response to fresh mineral reports. a potential approach to this quandary will be to give a booklet starting the place introductory textbooks finish for these already famil­ iar with the easy strategies. one of these quantity will be adapted to experts in all fields of technological know-how and undefined, attracted to the latest leads to mineralogy. This method can be known as complex Mineralogy. right here, an try out has been made to survey the present percentages and goals in mineral subject investigations, together with the most features of all of the tools, an important difficulties and themes of mineral­ ogy, and comparable reviews. the person volumes are composed of brief, condensed chap­ ters. every one bankruptcy offers in an entire, albeit condensed, shape particular difficulties, tools, theories, and instructions of investigations, and estimates their significance and strategic place in technological know-how and industry.

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