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Idiot blocks, aka wooden crystal forms

Hi all,
I am a new mineralogy professor and I am trying to find information about the wood blocks we all learned to love/hate in mineralogy. I have a set let over from the previous professor, but I would like to acquire another, so students could practice. I can't find anything online concerning where to purchase. If you have any information on how to buy the sets, that would be great.

Thanks,
Dawn Ruth

From Dawn - September 06, 2011 at 04:39:53
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