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How to conduct a hardness test on an unknown rock or mineral using Mohs Scale of hardness....

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Mohs scale of mineral hardness is named after the scientist, Friedrich Mohs, who invented a scale of hardness based on the ability of one mineral to scratch another....

The most commonly used test of mineral hardness is Mohs Hardness Scale....

Mohs Scale of Mineral Hardness. In 1812 the Mohs scale of mineral hardness was devised by the German mineralogist Frederich Mohs (17731839), who selected the ten ......

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The Mohs' hardness scale was developed in 1822 by Frederich Mohs. This scale is a chart of relative hardness of the various minerals (1 softest to 10 hardest)....