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  1. AFm phase
  2. Acidic rock
  3. Adamantine Spar Adamantine spar
  4. Akik
  5. Alginite
  6. Alkali feldspar
  7. Alquifou
  8. Aluminosilicate
  9. Ametrine
  10. Andrewsite
  11. Anthracite
  12. Antimonate mineral
  13. Antimonide mineral
  14. Apophyllite-(KF) Fluorapophyllite-(K)
  15. Arquerite
  16. Arsenate minerals
  17. Arsenide mineral
  18. Arsenite minerals
  19. Aurivillius phases
  20. Babaghuri
  21. Bagrationite
  22. Barium nitrate
  23. Bathvillite
  24. Beekite
  25. Bellite
  26. Betafite
  27. Binghamite
  28. Bisbee Blue
  29. Borate minerals
  30. Cacholong
  31. Calamine (mineral)
  32. Calcids
  33. Calciovolborthite (redirect to Tangeite)
  34. Calcium nitrate
  35. Calcium sulfate (data page)
  36. Calcium sulfide
  37. Calcium–aluminium-rich inclusion
  38. Caliche
  39. Cape May diamonds
  40. Carbon
  41. Carbonate minerals
  42. Carbonate rock
  43. Carbonate-hosted lead-zinc ore deposits
  44. Caribbean amber
  45. Cave of the Crystals
  46. Cement chemist notation
  47. Chernobylite
  48. Chert
  49. Chondrite
  50. Chrome alum
  51. Chrome chalcedony
  52. Clay
  53. Clay dogs
  54. Clay minerals
  55. Cliftonite
  56. Coal creek serpentinite (Texas Geology)
  57. Coltan mining and ethics
  58. Concretion
  59. Condor agate
  60. Condurrite
  61. Conflict resource
  62. Copper sulfide
  63. Copper(I) sulfide
  64. Coral calcium
  65. Cu Y Zeolite
  66. Cyclosilicate (redirect to Silicate minerals#Cyclosilicates)
  67. Deep Ocean Minerals
  68. Demantoid
  69. Derbyshire Blue John
  70. Desert rose (crystal)
  71. Dicopper chloride trihydroxide
  72. Dragon Bone Stone
  73. Dynamic quartz recrystallization
  74. Elaterite
  75. Ellsworthite
  76. Enhydro agate
  77. Erebus Crystal
  78. Evolution of Quartz C-axis Pole Figures during Dynamic Recrystallization
  79. Expanded clay aggregate
  80. Extraterrestrial materials
  81. Fengite
  82. Fiorite
  83. Fire agate
  84. Flint
  85. Framboid
  86. Friedel's salt
  87. Fuchsite
  88. Fuller's earth
  89. Fused quartz
  90. Gembone
  91. Geyserite
  92. Gilsonite
  93. Grahamite
  94. Guanine
  95. Halide minerals
  96. Heavy mineral sands ore deposits
  97. Herkimer diamond
  98. Hornfels in Victorian archaeological sites
  99. Humite (mineral group)
  100. Hydrocalcite (redirect to Monohydrocalcite)
  101. Hydrous ferric oxides
  102. Hypothetical zeolite
  103. Iceland spar
  104. Iddingsite
  105. Impsonite
  106. Inoborates (redirect to Borate minerals#Subclass: inoborates)
  107. Iron sulfide
  108. Iron(II) sulfide
  109. Jargoon
  110. Jura hole stone
  111. Keatite
  112. Keweenawite
  113. Kobald
  114. Lake Superior agate
  115. Lamalginite
  116. Lapis armenus
  117. Laterite
  118. Layered double hydroxides
  119. Lead(II,IV) oxide
  120. Lengenbach Quarry
  121. Leonardite
  122. Leucoxene
  123. Lime (material)
  124. List of U.S. state minerals, rocks, stones and gemstones
  125. Lithium iodate
  126. Magnesium oxide
  127. Manganese dioxide
  128. Manganese nodule
  129. Manganese oxide
  130. Manganese(III) oxide
  131. Manganoan calcite
  132. Maskelynite
  133. Material properties of diamond
  134. Medicinal clay
  135. Metakaolin
  136. Metal clay
  137. Metallogenium
  138. Meteoric iron
  139. Mineral CSA (brand)
  140. Mineral cycle
  141. Moss agate
  142. Mountain leather
  143. Mozarkite
  144. Myrickite
  145. Myrmekite
  146. Native element minerals
  147. Native metal
  148. Nesoborate (redirect to Borate minerals#Subclass: nesoborates)
  149. Nitre and Mining Bureau
  150. Nodule (geology)
  151. Obruchevite
  152. Octasulfur
  153. Odontolite
  154. Orbicular jasper
  155. Organic compounds (minerals)
  156. Osmiridium
  157. Oxide minerals
  158. Peak minerals
  159. Perthite
  160. Petrified wood
  161. Phantom quartz
  162. Phosphate minerals
  163. Phosphogypsum
  164. Phylloborates (redirect to Borate minerals#Subclass: phylloborates)
  165. Pietersite
  166. Platinum Metals Review
  167. Plumbago (mineral) (redirect to Graphite#Plumbago)
  168. Post-perovskite
  169. Potassium niobate
  170. Prasiolite
  171. Presolar grains
  172. Pyrite group
  173. Quartzite
  174. Rare earth mineral
  175. Raw material
  176. Rhodite
  177. Rock butter
  178. Rose de france
  179. Ruddlesden-Popper phase
  180. SSZ-13
  181. Salt
  182. Sascab
  183. Saussurite
  184. Selenide minerals
  185. Seraphinite
  186. Sericite
  187. Sericitic alteration
  188. Shocked quartz
  189. Silicate minerals
  190. Sodium
  191. Sodium aluminosilicate
  192. Sodium nitrate
  193. Spinel group
  194. Striped flint
  195. Strontian process
  196. Strontium titanate
  197. Sugar quartz
  198. Sulfarsenide mineral
  199. Sulfate crust
  200. Sulfate minerals
  201. Sulfide minerals
  202. Sulfosalt minerals
  203. Tachylite in Victorian archaeological sites
  204. Taconite
  205. Tektoborates (redirect to Borate minerals#Subclass: tektoborates)
  206. Telalginite
  207. Telluric iron
  208. Telluride mineral
  209. Template:Manganese minerals
  210. Template:Phyllosilicates
  211. Template:Tungsten minerals
  212. Tenebrescence
  213. Thioarsenite
  214. Thunderegg
  215. Tiger's eye
  216. Upsalite
  217. Wood opal
  218. Yerakini
  219. Yogo sapphire
  220. ZSM-5
  221. Zabuye Lake
  222. Zeolite X (redirect to Faujasite)
  223. Zeolite Y (redirect to Faujasite)
  224. Zietrisikite
  225. Zinc chloride hydroxide monohydrate
  226. Zinc ferrite