Granodiorite is less known and used igneous rock falling in intrusive type. It is akin to granite in look but containing a high percentage of plagioclase (K & Ca-rich) feldspar so looks off-white in color. Granodiorite Classification Granodiorite is in […]

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What Is Tuff? It is an igneous rock, which forms from debris ejected by the explosive volcanic eruption. How Tuff Rock Forms? The volcano usually blasts three kinds of materials. Volcanic Gases: It contains water vapor or steam, organic gases […]

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What is Sandstone? Sandstone is one of the most common kinds of clastic sedimentary rocks consists of sand-size (0.06 to 2 mm) clasts or grains of minerals and organic matters. Formation of Sandstone  Under the sea Under the Land The formation […]

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What is Mudstone? Mudstone is a kind of Murdock chiefly contains mud or clay in its composition. It is a fine-grained sedimentary rock with a grain size of 0.063mm. Thus, minute grain size renders it impermeable for water or any […]

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In this knowledge-rich series of knowing rocks, we are going to know Conglomerate rocks, which is a kind of sedimentary rocks and have some commercial values in different industries, particularly in construction businesses. What Type of Rock Is Conglomerate In […]

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We know three main classes of rocks, sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic. In Limestone article, we learned how sedimentation occurs, and the formation of sedimentary rocks takes place. Today, we are going to know Obsidian rock, which falls in the main […]

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Do you think your gorgeous interior design is enough to impress your guest or potential buyers of your property? It may be, but what about exterior spaces where your guests, family members, and seldom your property buyers pass through before […]

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Bluestone is a colloquial or convenience label to rocks with blue-gray shades of colors rather than a geological term. In Britain, once upon a time, all imported stones at Stonehenge were referring Bluestones. In the USA, sandstone from Pennsylvania and […]

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Before knowing anything about Green Marble, we must be accustomed to Marble, as a basic and geological term. In geology, marble is a metamorphic rock. When metamorphism of sedimentary carbonate rocks takes place in the crust of Earth due to […]

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