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Brucite and Hematite Chemical Properties

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1 Chemical
1.1 Formula
1.1.1 Chemical Formula
Mg(OH)2
Fe2O3
1.1.2 Empirical Formula
Mg(OH)2
Fe3+2O3
1.2 Crystal Properties
1.2.1 Crystal System
Trigonal
Trigonal
1.2.2 Space group
Trigonal Hexagonal Scalenohedral H-M Symbol ( 3 2/m) Space Group: P 3 m1
Trigonal Hexagonal Scalenohedral H-M Symbol ( 3 2/m) Space Group: R 3 c
1.2.3 Crystal Habit
Tabular crystals; platy or foliated masses and rosettes – fibrous to massive
Tabular to thick crystals; micaceous or platy, commonly in rosettes; radiating fibrous, reniform, botryoidal or stalactitic masses, columnar; earthy, granular, oolitic
1.2.4 Crystal Class
Hexagonal scalenohedral ( 3 m)
Hexagonal scalenohedral ( 3 m)
1.2.5 Twinning
Not Available
Penetration and lamellar
1.3 Molecular Weight
Chemical Proper..
58.32
Rank: N/A (Overall)
159.69
Rank: 100 (Overall)
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Brucite and Hematite Formula

Brucite and Hematite Chemical Properties gives us information about the mineral's chemical composition. A mineral is basically composed of various elements in varied proportions. These elements define how the mineral will behave when exposed to different conditions. These chemical properties also depend on the way the mineral atoms are bound in the mineral's crystal structure. On the basis of crystallography of minerals a chemical formula is designed for better interpretation of its structure. Brucite and Hematite Formula are of two types chemical and empirical. Formula of Brucite is Mg(OH)2 and Hematite is Fe2O3 . The molecular weight of Brucite is 58.32 and Hematite is 159.69. The Atomic Structure of Brucite properties of minerals gives us further information about a minerals atomic structure.

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