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Feldspar is the most important single group of rock forming silicate minerals. The mineral name feldspar is derived from the German words field + spar. The word (field) is field in German and (spar) is a term for light colored minerals that break with a smooth surface. Feldspar minerals are usually white or very light in color, have a hardness of 6 on the Moh` Scale of Hardness and perfect to good cleavage (plane of breakage) in two directions.


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The geochemical exploration undertaken in the Aqaba-Araba complexes (Precambrian) in southwestern part of Jordan had detailed by geochemical and mineral exploration. A joint, geochemical exploration project involving the NRA & BRGM has covered the whole of the southern Jordanian Panafrican basement, during the years 1992 - 1994.


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Gypsum is one of the non – metallic minerals, composed mainly of hydrated calcium sulfate (CaSO4 2H2O). Gypsum is associated with varying amount of carbonates, clays and other impurities. Naturally it can be found at many forms such as: selenite, satin spar (fibrous), gypsite and massive gypsum. Gypsum is used mainly for cement, ceramics industries and building construction.


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