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Minerals is a naturally occuring, inorganic, crystalline solid, having a defintie chemical composition. Minerals are composed of one or more chemical eleents.

Example: NaCl => __________=> salt

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  • scince -

    I don't know what the question is. NaCl is the formula for sodium chloride.

  • scince -

    well i didn't get i tmuch either. but i m supposed to put some word or words in the blank....

  • scince -

    I would put sodium chloride so it reads,
    NaCl=>sodium chloride => salt but I'm not sure what that has to do with minerals, although it fits the definition.

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