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Scott Resources Igneous Black Obsidian Rock Specimen, Hand Sample

Item #: 586282

Add this black beauty to your rock and mineral collection!

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Obsidian is a hard, black glass-like extrusive igneous rock that forms as a result of volcanic lava cooling quickly. This Black Obsidian rock sample is a gorgeous, high quality, and trimmed specimen. The size can range in size from 50 x 75 millimeters (approximately 2 x 3 inches) up to 75 x 100 millimeters (approximately 3 x 4 inches) for easy viewing and handling in class. Obsidian piece comes packed in labeled, corrugated tray for an easy display. Specimen is ideal for practical laboratory identification and reference. Sold as 1 hand-held sample.
  • Real obsidian rock sample can serve as hands-on aid for geology or earth science classes
  • Can be amplified or tested with magnifying glass and streak plates
  • Combine with other mineral, rock, and fossil types to explore and compare/contrast various types of physical properties
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  • 1 Black Obsidian Rock