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Prof. Edward M. Ripley
Office: GY329
Phone: 855-1196
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NASA Worldbook: http://www.nasa.gov/worldbook/earth_worldbook.html
CHEMTUTOR: http://www.chemtutor.com/
Chemical Elements: http://www.chemicalelements.com/
Making Matter: http://whisky.ill.fr/dif/3D-crystals/
Chemistry tutorials: http://www.wwnorton.com/chemistry/index/site_map.htm#tutorials
Crystal Structures http://home3.netcarrier.com/~chan/SOLIDSTATE/CRYSTAL/
Subduction Zone Studies http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~leeman/billarcmaps.html
Sed. Processes and Rocks http://www.amonline.net.au/geoscience/earth/sedimentary.htm
Silicate Minerals http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silicate_minerals

STUDY GUIDES
Exam 2 Study Guide (here)
Exam 3 Review 2010 (here)

POWER POINT SLIDES:

G225 Introduction (here)
Atomic Structure Powerpoint (here)
Mineral Composition Powerpoint (here)
Earth Environments (here)
Igneous Rocks (here)
Basalts (here)
Subduction Zones (here)
Structural Geology (here)
Igneous Mineralogy (here)
Sedimentary Rocks (here)
Chemical Weathering (here)
Fossil Fuels (here)

The Smithsonian Instutution's rock and mineral photo gallery (Photo credit: Chip Clark) http://www.minerals.si.edu/images/gallery/gallery.htm

Faceted Topaz from the
Gemstone collection, Smithsonian Institution

faceted topaz
Hope Diamond from the
Minerals Collection, Smithsonian Institution
wulfenite

 


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