Results for: Limestone

In Geology

What can you use limestone for?

>Limestone is used in buildings and roads. >Limestone can be used in glass making. >Limestone is used in toothpaste. >Limestone is used in cement and mortar. >Limeston (MORE)

How was limestone discovered?

While the first discovery of limestone is not noted, limestone is  fascinating to geologists because it is not a primary rock of the  earth's crust. Limestone is a sedimenta (MORE)
In Science

What is the appearance of limestone?

Limestone is a sedimentary rock that is half calcium carbonate, and  varies in types. It generally has a rough appearance, that is  generally hard. It is light in color usua (MORE)

Is limestone igneous?

Limestone is not igneous; it is a sedimentary rock.  Limestone is a common sedimentary rock of biochemical origin. It is largely composed of calcite. Sometimes it is almost p (MORE)
In Geology

What color is limestone?

Limestone is often a sandy color but sometimes it can be gray, greenish, or blackish.
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Oxygen in limestone?

  There is not pure oxygen in limestone, however any silica tetrahedrons in it contain 1 silicon and 4 oxygen molecules each. It is primarily comprised of CaCO3 - i.e., 3 (MORE)
In Geology

What is limestone like?

limestone is rough, it crumbles and absorbs water, this is because it is porous which means that it has tiny holes in it. limestone is made up of tiny grains they are circular (MORE)
In Mining

What is a Limestone crusher?

Limestone crusher is not a mining machine.the limestone is about many related mining equipment,including:jaw crusher,hammer crusher,impact crusher,,so limestone crusher like o (MORE)

Why does limestone get layer?

The layers are known as "beds". Limestone is one of the Sedimentary class of rocks, which start as sediments on, usually, the floor of a sea or lake. Most limestones, incl (MORE)