List Of Minerals : Igneous, Metamorphic, Minerals, Sedimentary, Granite, Limestone, Marble, Onyx, Quartzite, Sandstone, Slate Travertine
The Business To Business Portal For The Natural Stone Trade

Premium Black Galaxy Granite Slabs
Direct From The Factory
Ex-India



Stone Fairs

Exhibitions 2017 Country
Exhibitions 2017 By Date

Stone Images

Granite
Limestone
Marble
Onyx
Quartzite
Sandstone
Slate
Travertine

Stone Machines

New Stone Machines
Used Stone Machines

Stone Sites

Stone Forums
Stone Magazines
Stone Portals

Stone Standards

CE Marking

Stone Supplies & Fabricators

Australia
Canada
United Kingdom
U.S.A.

Stone Testing

6 Companies

Petrology

Granite
Limestone
Marble
Quartzite
Sandstone
Slate
Travertine

Rocks

Igneous
List of Minerals
List of Rocks
Metamorphic
Minerals
Sedimentary

Various Resources

A To Z Stone Names
Anti Slip
BIDA
Building Conservation
Building Design
English Heritage
Maintenance Products
Natural Stone Database
RIBA
RICS
Salvo
SPAB
Stone Federation GB
Trade Terminology
List Of Minerals: A-Z Minerals
  • Let us know here if you wish to add further information.
  • List Of Minerals

    A

    1. Actinolite
    2. Adamite
    3. Aegirine
    4. Albite
    5. Alforsite
    6. Altaite
    7. Alunite
    8. Amblygonite
    9. Amphibole (mineral group)
    10. Analcime (synonym of analcite)
    11. Analcite
    12. Anatase
    13. Andalusite
    14. Anglesite
    15. Anhydrite
    16. Ankerite
    17. Anorthite
    18. Anorthoclase
    19. Anthophyllite
    20. Antigorite
    21. Apatite (mineral group)
    22. Aragonite
    23. Arfvedsonite
    24. Argentite
    25. Armalcolite
    26. Arsenopyrite
    27. Astrophyllite
    28. Augite
    29. Aurichalcite
    30. Auricupride
    31. Autunite
    32. Axinite (mineral group)
    33. Azurite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Abichite
    2. Agate(variety of quartz)
    3. Alabaster (variety of gypsum)
    4. Alexandrite (variety of chrysoberyl)
    5. Allingite (synonym of amber)
    6. Alum
    7. Amazonite (variety of microcline)
    8. Amber (fossilized resin)
    9. Amethyst (purple variety of quartz)
    10. Ammolite (organic; also a gemstone)
    11. Amosite (asbestiform grunerite)
    12. Anyolite (metamorphic rock - zoisite, ruby, and hornblende)
    13. Aquamarine (light blue variety of beryl)
    14. Asbestos (fibrous serpentine- or amphibole minerals)
    15. Avalite (A chromian variety of Illite.)
    16. Aventurine (variety of quartz)

    B

    1. Baddeleyite
    2. Barite (Baryte, British spelling)
    3. Bastnaesite (mineral group)
    4. Benitoite
    5. Bertrandite
    6. Beryl
    7. Biotite
    8. Bismuthinite
    9. Bixbyite
    10. Blodite
    11. Blossite
    12. Boehmite
    13. Boracite
    14. Borax
    15. Bornite
    16. Brazilianite
    17. Briartite
    18. Brookite
    19. Brucite
    20. Bytownite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Bauxite (it's a rock)
    2. Beckerite (natural resin)
    3. Bixbite (red gem variety of beryl)
    4. Burmite (amber from Burma)

    C

    1. Calaverite
    2. Calcite
    3. Caledonite
    4. Canfieldite
    5. Carnallite
    6. Carnotite
    7. Cassiterite
    8. Cavansite
    9. Celadonite
    10. Celestite
    11. Cerussite
    12. Chabazite (a group of closely-related minerals in the zeolite group)
    13. Chalcanthite
    14. Chalcocite
    15. Chalcopyrite
    16. Chlorite (mineral group)
    17. Chromite
    18. Chrysoberyl
    19. Chrysocolla
    20. Cinnabar
    21. Clinochrysotile
    22. Clinoclase
    23. Clintonite
    24. Cobaltite
    25. Coesite
    26. Coffinite
    27. Colemanite
    28. Columbite (mineral group)
    29. Cooperite
    30. Copper
    31. Cordierite
    32. Corundum
    33. Covellite
    34. Creedite
    35. Cristobalite
    36. Crookesite
    37. Cryolite
    38. Cummingtonite
    39. Cuprite
    40. Cyanotrichite
    41. Cylindrite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Carnelian (variety of quartz)
    2. Chalcedony (cryptocrystalline variety of quartz)
    3. Chrysolite (gemmy yellow-green forsterite)
    4. Chrysoprase (green nickel bearing chalcedony)
    5. Chrysotile (group name - asbestiform serpentine)
    6. Citrine (yellow variety of quartz)
    7. Cleveite
    8. Coltan (short for minerals of the columbite group)
    9. Crocidolite (asbestiform riebeckite)
    10. Cymophane (variety of chrysoberyl)

    D

    1. Datolite
    2. Dawsonite
    3. Diamond
    4. Diaspore
    5. Dickite
    6. Diopside
    7. Dioptase
    8. Dolomite
    9. Dumortierite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Delessite (magnesian chamosite)
    2. Diatomite (diatomaceous earth)

    E

    1. Enargite
    2. Enstatite
    3. Epidote
    4. Epsomite
    5. Erythrite
    6. Euchroite
    7. Euclase
    8. Euxenite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Emerald (green gem variety of beryl)

    F

    1. Fayalite (olivine group)
    2. Feldspar (mineral group)
    3. Feldspathoid (mineral group)
    4. Ferberite
    5. Feroxyhyte
    6. Ferrierite (subgroup of zeolite minerals)
    7. Ferro-anthophyllite
    8. Ferrocolumbite
    9. Ferrohortonolite (olivine group)
    10. Ferrotantalite
    11. Fergusonite (mineral group)
    12. Fluorapatite (apatite group)
    13. Fluorichterite (amphibole group)
    14. Fluorite
    15. Fluorspar (synonym of fluorite)
    16. Forsterite (olivine group)
    17. Franckeite
    18. Franklinite (spinel group)
    19. Freieslebenite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Ferricrete Iron oxide cemented soil or sediment

    G

    1. Gadolinite (mineral group)
    2. Gahnite
    3. Galena
    4. Garnet (mineral group)
    5. Garnierite
    6. Germanite
    7. Geigerite
    8. Gibbsite
    9. Glauberite
    10. Glauconite
    11. Glaucophane
    12. Goethite
    13. Graphite
    14. Greenockite
    15. Grunerite
    16. Gypsum
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Gedanite (fossilized resin)
    2. Golden beryl (golden-yellow variety of beryl)
    3. Green beryl (light green variety of beryl)
    4. Glessite (natural resin)

    H

    1. Haggertyite
    2. Halite
    3. Hapkeite
    4. Hematite
    5. Hemimorphite
    6. Hibonite
    7. Hornblende
    8. Hubnerite
    9. Hutchinsonite
    10. Hydroxylapatite
    11. Hydrozincite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Heliodor (greenish-yellow variety of beryl)
    2. Hiddenite (variety of spodumene)
    3. Hyalite (variety of opal)

    I

    1. Ice
    2. Idocrase (synonym of vesuvianite)
    3. Idrialite
    4. Illite
    5. Ilmenite

    J

    1. Jadeite
    2. Juonniite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Jade (tough, green mineral either jadeite or nephrite amphibole)
    2. Jasper (variety of quartz)

    K

    1. Kainite
    2. Kalsilite
    3. Kamacite
    4. Kaolinite
    5. Kernite
    6. Kieserite
    7. Kobellite
    8. Kogarkoite
    9. Kolbeckite
    10. Krennerite
    11. Kyanite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Keilhauite (variety of titanite)
    2. Krantzite (natural resin)
    3. Kunzite (variety of spodumene)

    L

    1. Labradorite
    2. Lansfordite
    3. Lazurite
    4. Lepidolite
    5. Leucite
    6. Lizardite
    7. Lonsdaleite
    8. Lorandite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Lapis lazuli (a rock consisting primarily of lazurite, calcite and pyrite)
    2. Larimar (blue variety of pectolite)
    3. Lechatelierite (fused quartz glass)
    4. Lignite (a type of coal)
    5. Limonite (a mixture of iron oxides and hydroxides - rust!)
    6. Lodestone (a synonym of magnetite)

    M

    1. Maghemite
    2. Magnesite
    3. Magnetite
    4. Malachite
    5. Malacolite
    6. Manganite
    7. Manganocolumbite
    8. Marcasite
    9. Margaritasite
    10. Mendozite
    11. Menilite
    12. Metacinnabarite
    13. Mica (a group of silicate minerals)
    14. Microcline
    15. Millerite
    16. Mimetite
    17. Mirabilite
    18. Moissanite
    19. Molybdenite
    20. Monazite
    21. Montmorillonite (clay mineral)
    22. Moolooite
    23. Murdochite
    24. Muscovite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Magnesia
    2. Mariposite (variety of phengite/muscovite)
    3. Meerschaum (variety of sepiolite)
    4. Milky quartz (a cloudy white quartz)
    5. Morganite (a pink beryl)
    6. Morion (synonum of smoky quartz)

    N

    1. Native copper
    2. Natrolite
    3. Natron
    4. Nepheline
    5. Nephrite
    6. Niccolite
    7. Niobite (synonym of columbite)
    8. Niobite-tantalite (synonym of columbite-tantalite)

    O

    1. Olivine (a group of silicate minerals)
    2. Opal
    3. Orpiment
    4. Orthochrysotile
    5. Orthoclase
    6. Overite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Onyx (a monochromatic banded variety of chalcedony)

    P

    1. Parachrysotile
    2. Pectolite
    3. Pentlandite
    4. Periclase
    5. Perovskite
    6. Petalite
    7. Petzite
    8. Pezzottaite
    9. Pharmacosiderite
    10. Phenakite
    11. Phillipsite
    12. Phlogopite
    13. Plagioclase Na-Ca feldspar.
    14. Pollucite
    15. Potassium alum
    16. Polycrase
    17. Prehnite
    18. Proustite
    19. Pyrite
    20. Pyrochlore
    21. Pyrolusite
    22. Pyromorphite
    23. Pyrophyllite
    24. Pyroxene (group of silicate minerals)
    25. Pyrrhotite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Palagonite (basaltic volcanic glass)
    2. Perlite (volcanic glass)
    3. Phosphorite (name given to impure, massive apatite.)
    4. Plessite (mixture of kamacite and taenite)
    5. Pitchblende (a massive impure form of uraninite)
    6. Pumicite (synonym of pumice)

    Q

    1. Quartz

    R

    1. Realgar
    2. Rhodochrosite
    3. Rhodonite
    4. Riebeckite
    5. Rutile
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Rock crystal (quartz)
    2. Rose quartz
    3. Roumanite (amber)
    4. Ruby (red gem corundum)

    S

    1. Safflorite
    2. Sal ammoniac
    3. Samarskite
    4. Sanbornite
    5. Sanidine (orthoclase variety)
    6. Saponite (clay mineral)
    7. Sapphirine
    8. Sauconite
    9. Scapolite (a group of silicate minerals)
    10. Scheelite
    11. Schorl (black tourmaline)
    12. Schreibersite
    13. Scolecite
    14. Seeligerite
    15. Segelerite
    16. Sekaninaite
    17. Selenide
    18. Selenite
    19. Selenium
    20. Seligmanite
    21. Sepiolite
    22. Serpentine
    23. Shattuckite
    24. Siderite
    25. Sillimanite
    26. Silver
    27. Simetite
    28. Skutterudite
    29. Smaltite
    30. Smectite
    31. Smithsonite
    32. Soda niter
    33. Sodalite
    34. Sperrylite
    35. Spessartine
    36. Sphalerite
    37. Sphene
    38. Spinel
    39. Spodumene
    40. Stannite
    41. Staurolite
    42. Steacyite
    43. Steatite (talc)
    44. Stephanite
    45. Stibnite
    46. Stichtite
    47. Stilbite
    48. Stilleite
    49. Stolzite
    50. Stromeyerite
    51. Strontianite
    52. Sulfur
    53. Sussexite
    54. Sylvanite
    55. Sylvite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Sapphire (gem corundum of any color except red, especially blue varieties)
    2. Sard (a variety of chalcedony/quartz)
    3. Satinspar (a variety of Gypsum)
    4. Smoky quartz (a brown or black variety of quartz)
    5. Soapstone (a rock)
    6. Stantienite (variety of amber)

    T

    1. Taenite
    2. Talc
    3. Tantalite
    4. Tarapacaite
    5. Teallite
    6. Tennantite
    7. Tenorite
    8. Tephroite
    9. Terlinguaite
    10. Tetrahedrite
    11. Thenardite
    12. Thorianite
    13. Thorite
    14. Thortveitite
    15. Tiemannite
    16. Tin
    17. Tincalconite
    18. Titanite
    19. Topaz
    20. Torbernite
    21. Tourmaline (group of silicate minerals)
    22. Tremolite
    23. Tridymite
    24. Triphylite
    25. Trona
    26. Tschermigite
    27. Tugtupite
    28. Turquoise
    29. Tyuyamunite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Tanzanite (variety of Zoisite)
    2. Thulite (variety of Zoisite)
    3. Travertine (form of calcium carbonate)
    4. Tsavorite (gem variety of grossularite garnet)

    U

    1. Ulexite
    2. Ullmannite
    3. Ulvospinel
    4. Umangite
    5. Unakite
    6. Uraninite
    7. Uranophane
    8. Uvarovite
    Varieties that are not valid species:
    1. Ultramarine
    2. Uralite alteration actinolite

    V

    1. Valentinite
    2. Vanadinite
    3. Variscite
    4. Vaterite
    5. Vermiculite
    6. Vesuvianite
    7. Villiaumite
    8. Vivianite

    W

    1. Wardite
    2. Wavellite
    3. Weloganite
    4. Whitlockite
    5. Willemite
    6. Witherite
    7. Wolframite
    8. Wollastonite
    9. Wulfenite

    X

    1. Xenotime

    Y

    1. Yttrium

    Z

    1. Zabuyelite
    2. Zaccagnaite
    3. Zaherite
    4. Zajacite-(Ce)
    5. Zakharovite
    6. Zanazziite
    7. Zappinite
    8. Zaratite
    9. Zeolite (group of silicate minerals)
    10. Zhanghengite
    11. Zharchikhite
    12. Zhemchuzhnikovite
    13. Zhonghuacerite-(Ce)
    14. Ziesite
    15. Zimbabweite
    16. Zinalsite
    17. Zinc-melanterite
    18. Zincite
    19. Zincobotryogen
    20. Zincochromite
    21. Zinkenite
    22. Zinnwaldite
    23. Zippeite
    24. Zircon
    25. Zirconolite
    26. Zircophyllite
    27. Zirkelite
    28. Zoisite
    29. Zunyite

    Rocks & Minerals: Classification Of Rocks

    Classification of Rocks

  • Let us know here if you wish to add further information.

  • Trade Supplies
    Information
    Information
  • Absolute Black Granite : Black Galaxy, Star Galaxy, Nero Impala etc. Black is popular, black looks great, black is more expensive >>>
  • Black Galaxy Granite : Quarrying & Quality Information >>>
  • M.I.A. Information
    Copyright :
    Legal Information
    This web site is protected under International Law by the
    Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1998.

    If you wish to link to this site please feel free to do so HOWEVER blatant design copying, code copying and theft of bandwidth will result in legal action!

    Digg Logo ImageDigg Facebook Logo ImageFacebook Reddit Logo ImageReddit StumbleUpon Logo ImageStumbleUpon Twitter Logo ImageTwitter

    Home : Contact : About : Legal : Privacy : Cookies : Copyright 1998-2017 : The Stone Network