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Overall, the physical properties of minerals provide a reliable means to identify common minerals. However, certain properties can exhibit a range of characteristics or values making them less useful for identification purposes. Choose 2 physical properties that might vary to some extent between samples of the same mineral and explain why such variability might exist.

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