Use the 'Search Articles by Name' option to find mineral samples using their common or historical names. To make searching for articles by name easier; Duplicate entries can be found for certain tables. An exmaple of a duplicate article:
-Colorado Topaz (is found in the C-D table)
-Topaz, Colordao (is found in the S-T table)
-Garnet, Almandine (is found in the G-H table)
The icons located next to each name in the table provided basic information about the organic sample found in the article:

-A factory icon shows whether the mineral sample has any practical industrial or commerical uses.
-A hazard icon shows whether the mineral sample is toxic, a biohazard, environmental hazard, radioactive, or if the sample is an irritent.
-A medical icon shows whether the mineral sample has holistic or natruopathic properties.
   

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