rocks has got a lot of colors but the color depends on the basis of the mineral/chemical composition which they contain.forenstance igneous rocks can be of melanocratic mesocratic leuocratic
Geologists look for mineral composition, color, and texture to identify rocks.
color, texture, grains, mineral composition, and origin.
color texture and mineral composition
The color will depend on the mineral composition of the magma.
They use the mineral composition, color, and texture.
well in my believe you can think something else but weathering does NOT affect minerals!! :P
The color of igneous rocks is based on the rate of cooling and mineral composition of the parent magma.
Rocks vary in composition depending the availability and type of mineral present during their formation.
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the mineral composition of granite isfeldspar,diamond,talc,chalk and other plutonic rocks
Using color, texture, and mineral composition, geologist can classify a rock according to is origin
The composition of conglomerate will vary with the rocks which make up the conglomerate.
An iceberg composition is almost entirely ice, with some rocks and other material's. white in color and the color of the rocks and minerals.
Igneous Rocks by Composition. Igneous rocks are classified according to their mineral content: Ultramafic rocks are dominated by olivine and/or pyroxene.
Igneous rocks are identified by their texture and mineral/chemical composition.
Color is often an indicator of the composition of a rock or mineral and can be effectively used to identify the composition of most igneous rocks. Light colors, including white, light gray, tan and pink, indicate a felsic composition.
Mafic igneous rocks are dark in color
The minerals that are in a rock will influence how quick it weathers. Strong materials will not weather as quickly as loose materials.
Igneous rocks get their color based upon the mineral content of the igneous rocks.
Andesitic igneous rock.
Its mineral composition.
Igneous rock can vary greatly in mineral composition.
Shape, size, density, mineral composition, method of formation, degree of erosion, degree of metamorphism, color, smell, location, origin.