How does the composition of most minerals differ from a pure element?

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Jan 24, 2017

Answer:

Well, usually most minerals of oxides, and sulfides, and carbonates.......

Explanation:

These salts tend to be highly insoluble in water, and thus they tend to aggregagte in pockets of the earth's crust. Rarely, an element can occur as the pure material: i.e. think of the historical gold-rushes.