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You need to tell us more. A picture just isn't enough when it comes to rocks.

What does it smell like?

It could be a diamond?

Is it smaller than a rabbit?

Do you feel like you want things you probably shouldn't have when you are near it?

Take a picture in sunlight with your dog or a tortoise nearby for scale?

Does it have a name or a sticker somewhere on it?

Does it feel warm if you leave it in the sun?

It could be a moon?

Does it float?

Rub it on your toilet?

Was it found on a plane? (domestic or international flight?)

Really we do need more sciency stuff before we can even begin to guess what is in your picture Owlxm.

 

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Ok it was found when a az storm knocked a big tree off in a golf coarse it looked different from the rest of the dirt that came under the tree is Seams to heavy for its size it's not greasy it looks metallic has a silver shine it dnt brake it's very Malleable 

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Mica is a silicate and can easily sustain high temperatures and exposure to acids. Mica has been used commercially for thousands of years, often for just those qualities. Your torches and nitric acid probably had little to no effect.

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19 minutes ago, clay said:

Mica is a silicate and can easily sustain high temperatures and exposure to acids. Mica has been used commercially for thousands of years, often for just those qualities. Your torches and nitric acid probably had little to no effect.

One of its commercial uses was as windows in furnaces.

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