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Evaporation of a solution containing certain minerals may cause those minerals to crystalize, forming a solid.
It depends on where it's formed.
Some minerals in sedimentary rocks include halite mineral crystals which are in rock salt and gypsum mineral crystals which are in rock gypsum. Also, calcite crystals are foun…d in oolitic limestone and travertine.
table salt used to season foods is made of the mineral haite.
Yes, quartz can be in both igneous and sedimentary rocks. In fact, in siliciclastic (clastic) sedimentary rocks, quartz is the most abundant mineral. Chert, a microcrystalline… variety of quartz, is commonly found as nodules in chemical sedimentary rocks, such as limestone. Felsic igneous rocks, those rich in silica, may also have quartz and commonly do. These rocks include granitoids, granites, rhyolites, diorites and granodiorites, among many others.
Quartz starts out as an igneous rock, but that rock can weather, it can have little pieces broken off by various processes, and those pieces can then wash away in the rain and… wind up in some body of water as sediment.
Yes, because rocks dont make up minerals, but minerals do make up rocks, and Sediments and compacted and GLUED together.
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Bioclastic sedimentary rocks.
Different sedimentary rocks contain different minerals.
because they are mostly made up of the miilion years
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Conglomerate or Breccia. You'd have to specify the shape of the fragments and types of minerals.