To what mineral group does bauxite belong?
Bauxite is not a mineral, and therefore does not belong in any mineral group. Bauxite is a form of consolidated, extremely weathered soil that is high in aluminum content, and the main ore of aluminum.
Bauxite is not a mineral, but a sedimentary rock.
Garnet, a mineral itself, is also a mineral group in which it belongs.
Calcite belongs to the carbonate mineral group.
Sandstone, with a variety of mineralogies, does not belong to a mineral group. It is classified as a detrital sedimentary rock, however.
Bauxite is not a mineral, but a rock (aluminum ore), and is a mixture of aluminum, iron and some other minerals.
Orothoclase Feldspar belong to the silicates group.
Aluminum is an elemental mineral.
Feldspar is a tectosilicate mineral.
Diamond is an elemental mineral.
coal isnt a mineral
Barite is classified as a sulfate mineral.
It is an elemental mineral (because it's an element).
It belongs to the Transition Metal group.
Feldsper belongs to the Tekto-silicate (Framework silicate) mineral group, as well as Quartz.
Chalcopyrite belongs to the sulfide group of minerals.
Magnetite belongs to the spinel group of minerals
No. Bauxite is a mineral. It can not be used for fuel.
It belongs to the oxides and silicates
Calcite belongs to the carbonates.
Lime stone (the only mineral is calcite CaCO3 and belong to group carbonate), and the second example is halite( the only mineral is halite, composition is Nacl and belong to evaporates group).
Aragonite is a common carbonate mineral that is a polymorph of calcite. It is classified as a member of the aragonite group and belonging to the class of carbonates.
Bauxite is not listed as a mineral on the Moh's scale of hardness
bauxite is made for mineral used to make aluminum.The Aluminium ore is known as Bauxite (Al2O3).
They would belong to the silicate group of minerals--quartz, feldspars, micas, olivine, hornblende, etc.
No not at all. Bauxite is not a mineral it is a rock with minerals in it.
This is a type of mineral but where does this mineral come from?
Bauxite, a sedimentary rock (not a mineral), is the primary ore of aluminum. Bauxite can contain the minerals gibbsite , boehmite and diaspore.
Bauxite is not manufactured. It is a mineral found in the ground and is the primary source of Aluminum which is one of the elements that Bauxite is made of.
Diamond is not a rock, it's a mineral.
Sapphire belongs to the Corundum family of minerals.
A pearl would be composed of carbonate minerals.
Gold, Silver and Copper belong to the native elements mineral group.
The mineral bauxite is the primary ore from which aluminum is extracted. It is very plentiful in the earth's crust and a very useful and versatile metal.
It is refined from the mineral bauxite. Jamaica is one of several producers of bauxite.
marble and bauxite
Bauxite is a Metallic Resource, its a Solid Mineral and derived from Aluminum. Bauxite is also called Aluminum Oxide.
Bauxite, a rock and the main ore of aluminum, does not have a number on the Mohs scale of relative mineral hardness because it is not a mineral, but a combination of minerals.
Bauxite contains aluminum oxide, from which aluminum metal is refined.
No, you cannot eat bauxite because it is a mineral and is not eatable. ( is eatable even a word?)
It is the ore of Aluminium.
dull to earthy
It is the state mineral
gold, diamond, bauxite
Bauxite is not on the periodic table as it is a mineral compound containing mainly aluminum oxide.
Aluminum in soft-drink cans comes from the mineral bauxite.
Bauxite consists of goethite, hematite, gibbsite, boehmite, diaspore, kaolinite, and anatase.
Bornite is a sulfide mineral, it is an important copper ore mineral and occurs widely in porphyry copper deposits along with the more common chalcopyrite.