Quartz, most common of all minerals is composed of silicon dioxide, or silica, SiO2. It is an essential component of igneous and metamorphic rocks. The size varies from specimens weighing a metric ton to minute particles that sparkle in rock surfaces. The luster in some specimens is vitreous; in others it is greasy or glossy.

Some specimens are transparent; others are translucent. In pure form, quartz is colorless, but it is commonly colored by impurities. Rock crystal is a colorless form of quartz occurring in distinct crystals. Rose quartz is coarsely crystalline and colored rose red or pink. Smoky quartz occurs in crystals ranging from smoky yellow to dark brown. Amethyst, a semiprecious variety of quartz, is purple or violet.

Quartz mineral is utilize in grain form and it is also using as a grind form. Quartz is having the most part of silica in it and formed in clear and transparent form.