Diamond is a very hard white mineral.
The mineral with glassy luster, and milky white is Quartz
Actually yes - White spirit is also known as Stoddard Solvent or White Mineral Spirit or LAWS (low aromatic white spirit). The term Mineral Spirit is also sometimes used to describe Mineral Turpentine (Turpentine substitute) or HAWS (High Aromatic White Spirit)
A milky white mineral made up of silica is quartz. Quartz is the second most abundant mineral on the Earth's crust.
It is the mineral Halite
When you rub a mineral on a tile it is called streaking a mineral. The line that is left is called the streak, and the tile itself is called a streaking plate.
Calcite is a mineral that is white or colorless and has a hardness of 2.5 and splits with cubic cleavage.
No, there is no correlation between color and hardness in minerals.
Many diamonds are white or colorless. Cubic Zirconium is a substitute for diamonds and are white or colorless. Opals can be white but are not colorless. Pearls are white, but have tints of color to them. Topaz is a mineral - in its purest form, it's either white or colourless.
A white, unglazed porcelain streak plate and a sample of the mineral.
potassium makes a silvery white color
The streak color is White.
silver or white
Gypsum is a white or colorless mineral.
Fluorite's streak is white because that is the true color of the powdered form of the mineral. The impurities that cause color or tint in a mineral specimen are so insignificant in relation to the true mineral content that they are not visible when powdered.
White urine generally has a high mineral concentration. A mare's urine can be white when she is in heat.
This is a white mineral.
it can be white or gray but the word is STREAK