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The amphibole varieties are found in which state?

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A : a. Karnataka

B : b. Bihar

C : c. Orissa

D : d. Rajasthan

Which mineral is used in paints, rubber textiles?

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A : a. Asbestos

B : b. Barytes

C : c. Corundum

D : d. Quartz

Which state produces largest amount of barytes?

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A : a. Kerala

B : b. Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

C : c. Karnataka

D : d. Orissa

The pure variety of corundum is __________

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A : a. Emerald and ruby

B : b. Ruby and Sapphire

C : c. Sapphire and diamond

D : d. Ruby and Coral

Dolomite is not used for/as __________

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A : a. Flux

B : b. Refractory material

C : c. Source in special cements

D : d. Precious gemstones

Which mineral is used in manufacture of Sorel cement?

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A : a. Dolomite

B : b. Magnesite

C : c. Manganese

D : d. Iron

Mica is of which origin?

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A : a. Igneous

B : b. Sedimentary

C : c. Metamorphic

D : d. Erosional

Gypsum commonly occurs as a mineral of which origin?

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A : a. Primary

B : b. Secondary

C : c. Tertiary

D : d. Quarternary

The only producer of diamond in India is __________

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A : a. Rajasthan

B : b. Madhya Pradesh

C : c. Bihar

D : d. Orissa

What is the mineral which contains a metallic element which can be economically exploited called?

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A : a. Ore mineral

B : b. Metallic mineral

C : c. Eco-ore

D : d. Eco-mineral

The definition of ore is dependent on ______________

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A : a. Quantity

B : b. Size

C : c. Colour

D : d. Quality

The non-metallic minerals associated with ore minerals are called _____________

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A : a. Non-metallic minerals

B : b. Metallic minerals

C : c. Gangue minerals

D : d. Flux minerals

How many types of rocks are there on the basis of time of formation?

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A : a. 1

B : b. 2

C : c. 3

D : d. 4

The deposits that have formed simultaneously with the enclosing rock are called _____________

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A : a. Syngenetic

B : b. Epigenetic

C : c. Syncgenetic

D : d. Sinclogenetic

Deposits that were formed subsequent to the formation of the host rocks are called ____________

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A : a. Syngenetic

B : b. Epigenetic

C : c. Syncgenetic

D : d. Sinclogenetic

The deposits occurring close to the roofs of magmatic masses _____________

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A : a. Magmatic deposits

B : b. Pegmatite deposits

C : c. Hydrothermal deposits

D : d. Metasomatic

Which of the following is not an essential condition for hydrothermal deposits?

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A : a. Highly active fluids

B : b. Highly enriched fluids

C : c. Highly inactive fluids

D : d. Suitable pathways

Type of veins which are bodies of tubular shape in pre-existing fissures?

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A : a. Fissure-veins

B : b. Ladder-veins

C : c. Gash-veins

D : d. Stock works

The type of vein commonly found in igneous rocks is _____________

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A : a. Fissure-veins

B : b. Ladder-veins

C : c. Gash-veins

D : d. Stock works

Gash-veins are generally found in _____________

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A : a. Silicate minerals

B : b. Felspar minerals

C : c. Metallic minerals

D : d. Carbonate minerals

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