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[SOLVED] What Are The Classification Of Stones?

A 😎 Intrusive – subsurface crystallizationB 🤓 Extrusive- above surface crystallization*note Temperature and time has alot of effect on crystal sizes I 😁e.Intrusive basic Dike: This is similar to having layers of cardboard covering your head, and then punching into the cardboard. The Plutonic is an enormous hot, glowing ball of rock that penetrates deep beneath the surface. These “hot arms” extend out from its main body and are similar to a giant, burning torch. It is possible to decipher the origin of an Igneous stone by using crystal habit. C. Mineral content C. Grain size and Plutonic >3/16″. The extrusive ranges from 1/64 to 3/16″ medium and 1/64 fineE. Crystal shapeF. Texture % A, %B, crystal angle.G. Color [1]
Metamorphic Rock refers to rock that forms when rocks are subjected to intense heat and pressure within the crust. When pre-existing material experiences structural or mineralogical changes, such as high temperatures or pressures, metamorphic rocks form. This happens in rock that is not melting, and can happen while rock remains solid. Minerals are only stable for a particular temperature or pressure. When a mineral exceeds its stability limit, it can break down or become another mineral. At room temperature, quartz can be stable and it will form another mineral if pressures exceed 1.9 gigapascals. (This corresponds to the 65km deep pressure found in quartz). Quartz breaks down at pressures higher than 1.9 gigapascals and forms the mineral colesite. This corresponds to the depth of 65 km underground. Minerals can react with each other to create new combinations at temperatures or pressures beyond those ranges. These combinations are known as mineral assemblages. Last revised by Nyiesha Muller, Quito, Ecuador. [2]
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(iii). Sedimentary Rocks. Wind and frost can cause existing rock to disintegrate due to the weathering effects of water. Wind and water carry the disintegrated materials, with water being the most potent medium. The suspended materials that flow in water are deposited at certain points to prevent it from flowing. The resulting layers of material are consolidated by heat and pressure. The cementing of deposits can also be done by chemical agents. These rocks are uniform in appearance, fine-grained and more compact. These rocks are a general representation of a stratified or bedded structure. There are many types of sandstones: lime stones, mudstones and others. This class includes all types of rocks. (last updated 51 days ago, by Shayron Meeiros of Umuahia in Nigeria). [3]
“Molecular structure” refers to how molecules attach to each other. While you can’’t see individual atoms, you can see the results of how they attach to each other in whole crystals. Diamonds form crystals They look like two pyramids with their bases. Six sides form quartz, which is an elongated crystal. They are the result of their molecular arrangements. Imagine you have two sets. One type of design will be created by the four-sided tiles. Six-sided tiles can be used to create a completely different type of design. The two styles can’’t fit together. Each set is a unique crystal system. Leevi Dutton deserves credit for her amazing insight. [4]

Article references

  1. https://www.aboutcivil.org/Stone-Classification.html
  2. https://buildingtechnology.wordpress.com/2011/01/12/classification-of-stones/
  3. http://megacivilengineering.blogspot.com/2015/08/type-of-stones-geological-classification.html
  4. https://www.gemsociety.org/article/how-gems-are-classified/
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