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What action leads to crystal formation in minerals? A. The atoms and molecules join together. B. Chemicals break apart. C. Temperature changes create unusual shapes. D. The atoms or
molecules form repeating patterns.
D. The atoms or molecules form repeating patterns. leads to crystal formation in minerals
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User: What action leads to crystal formation in minerals? A. The atoms and molecules join together. B. Chemicals break apart. C. Temperature changes create unusual shapes. D. The atoms or molecules form repeating patterns.

Weegy: D. The atoms or molecules form repeating patterns. leads to crystal formation in minerals
Expert answered|selymi|Points 9846|

User: Which statement is an accurate description of the relationship of rocks and minerals? A. All minerals are made of rocks. B. Geologically, minerals and rocks are exactly the same. C. Knowing which minerals are in a rock can help you identify and classify that rock. D. Almost all rocks are made of three or more minerals.

Weegy: Almost all rocks are made of three or more minerals is an accurate description of the relationship of rocks and minerals.
Expert answered|eula_marie|Points 51|

User: Glassy and metallic are terms that describe what mineral property?

Weegy: Glassy and metallic are terms that describes luster property of mineral.
Expert answered|eula_marie|Points 51|



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