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Characteristic crystal form of plagioclase feldspar. B. Like this sample, most pink feldspar belongs to the potassium feldspar subgroup. C. Most sodium-rich plagioclase feldspar is light colored and has a porcelain luster. D. Calcium-rich plagioclase feldspar tends to be gray, blue-gray, or black in color. Labradorite, the variety shown here, exhibits iridescence. 24 Kaolinite, a common clay mineral. 7). Mica Muscovite and biotite are the two most abundant members of the mica family. Both have excellent Olivine A.
Other sedimentary rocks are recognized because they contain shells or plant debris that has been compacted or cemented into a solid mass. Some sedimentary rocks form when material dissolved in water precipitates to generate a rock composed of intergrown crystals—distinguishable from crystalline igneous rocks because they tend to be composed of easily identifiable minerals—calcite, halite, or gypsum. Metamorphic rocks are produced from preexisting rocks by heat and pressure, and they are sometimes difficult to distinguish from their parent rock.
Silt-size particles I. Vesicular texture J. Strata or beds K. Feslic composition L. Slaty texture M. Glassy texture N. Evaporite deposits O. Detrital rocks Igneous rocks: _____________________________ Sedimentary rocks: _________________________ A. B. (Name) (Name) (Rock Group) (Rock Group) Metamorphic rocks: _________________________ 4. 21 and list their names in order from lowest to highest metamorphic grade. 5. 22 and name the rock group to which each belongs. C. (Name) D. (Name) (Name) (Rock Group) (Rock Group) (Name) E.
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