No, coal is not a mineral because a mineral has to be inorganic meaning that it can not be made by a life process.
A mineral cannot be organic. A mineral cannot be made by or composed of life forms.
The life process of fungi help the plants gain water and mineral nutrients from the soil. The plants give the fungi carbohydrates.
It is Manufactured Process
Baby oil is mineral oil, which is a by-product of the distillation process of petroleum.
Water is a chemical substance made up of hydrogen and oxygen and is vital for all known forms of life. It is not a mineral from plants.
Kerosene is not made from a mineral, it is an organic compound made from crude oil
A mineral can be made from any number of elements
thomas Edison made the light bulb that is made with the mineral tungsten
No, indeed the contrary. A mineral is defined as a "naturally occurring, homogeneous solid with a defined chemical composition and a highly ordered atomic arrangement." So, a material such as tungsten carbide which is only man-made (as far as I know), would not be classified as a mineral.
Yes, a mineral can be made of other minerals because if a mineral is made of two elements or more, the elements it is made up of could be single-element minerals.
Yes mineral crystals are made of ion's
Are all rocks made out of one mineral
This process is called concentration.
no, carpet is not a mineral. Carpet is made from natural fibre or man made fibre
No. It is man-made and a mineral has to be naturally occurring.
the mineral is clay and there is no rock
a compound mineral is a mineral that is made up of more than one element
This process is called ossification.
Diamond is a mineral made up of Carbon.