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Topaz is a silicate mineral that can be many different colors.
Talc is a metamorphic mineral from the silicate family.
Muscovite is a member of the mica mineral group. It is more important as a rock-forming mineral than as a collectible specimen.
Malachite is a copper carbonate mineral. It is a vibrant green color often banded with light and dark greens.
Igneous rock formation can happen when Metamorphic rocks are remelted.