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Fast FAQs About Rocks and Fossils

Fast FAQs About Rocks and Fossils Find an illustrated explanation of the Mohs' hardness scale, which is used to compare the hardness of minerals. The scale explains the differences in hardness among a range of minerals, beginning with the softest (talc) and ending with the hardest (diamond).
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Fast FAQs About Rocks and Fossils


Find an illustrated explanation of the Mohs' hardness scale, which is used to compare the hardness of minerals. The scale explains the differences in hardness among a range of minerals, beginning with the softest (talc) and ending with the hardest (diamond).

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