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PostPosted: Feb 06, 2018 23:56    Post subject: I think it's a form of Quartz.  

I have found several rocks from the Oatman, Arizona area. Oatman is in Northern Arizona only 15 or 20 miles from the Arizona, California and Nevada tri-border. Kingman, AZ. famous for it's Turquoise, is about 20 miles to the Southeast. So as not to cause confusion, I'll post each rock separately. If I could also have the scientific name for these rocks that would be terrific.


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 Mineral: Don't Know
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Oatman, Arizona
12.7cm x 6.35cm x 8.89cm
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PostPosted: Feb 07, 2018 03:31    Post subject: Re: I think it's a form of Quartz.  

Please do some tests, such as hardness and streak, from this page

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PostPosted: Feb 07, 2018 03:43    Post subject: Re: I think it's a form of Quartz.  

Yes, you will need to do some testing because this could be man-made (likely) or it could be a bunch of other things. The tests help narrow things down.
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