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Can you help me identify this black mineral (Crystal)?

by Sherry Boyd
(Canyon Lake, TX)

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About 8" long
About 2" thick
Has 2 black crystal formations on it that are rectangular and hollow
Semi- flat on one side
Completely black. No other color

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Jun 08, 2020
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ID black chrystals
by: TinaMarie East

Have you done any kind of streak test? Common black chrystals are tourmaline, horneblend, rutile and hematite. Look those up & how to do a streak test.

Jun 05, 2020
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by: Douglas

I don't know what you have there. Take a look at this page it may be helpful.

https://www.mindat.org/loc-48262.html

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