Is talc a metamorphic sedimentary or igneous?
Talc is a mineral and is not classified as metamorphic, sedimentary, or igneous as are rocks.
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Sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic are terms used to describe the processes in formation and types of rocks. Gold is a mineral, therefore these terms do not apply. Gold is an elemental metallic mineral.
Metamorphic rock is igneous, sedimentary, or other metamorphic rock that has undergone a change due to heat and/or pressure. The change could be an alteration in mineralogy, a physical restructuring of existing minerals, or a recrystallization of existing minerals--giving the metamorphic rock a new …set of characteristics which indicate that change. ( Full Answer )
Igneous rock is formed when molten rock cools. Examples are lava from volcanoes cooling but also rock that is pushed from the magma layer into cooler pockets under the surface of the Earth. They are characterised by having crystals in them. The larger the crystal the longer it took to cool down and …form a solid. Sedimentary rocks are formed when small particles (sediments from weathering and erosion) are deposited at a particular site - usually the slow running bits of river. These particles are, over millions of years, pushed together so much that any water in between the particles is pushed out and the particles get cemented together. A typical characteristic of sedimentary rock is that if you scratch it the particles will be scraped off and that they absorb water. They can also contain fossils. Metamorphic rock is formed when sedimentary, igneous or other metamorphic rock ends up, because of plate movement, in a position where it is exposed to high pressure and temperature. This changes the nature of the original rock into something new. Characteristics of metamorphic rock is that there are no crystals or visible grains, it doesn't absorb water and is quite hard. ( Full Answer )
It is made from a metamorphic type of rock. Terracotta is a stoneused in various types of architecture including Italian and Mexicanstyle. .?Ã¦
Mica is actually a group of silicate minerals, not classified as sedimentary, metamorphic, or igneous, although mica can appear in rocks of all three classifications..
A diamond is a crystalline mineral form of the element carbon.Igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary are descriptive terms used toclassify types of rocks, not minerals such as diamond. Diamond is accepted as a valid mineral by the InternationalMineralogy Association. Diamonds are found in igneous r…ock which is brought to the surfaceof the earth by volcanic eruptions bringing magma to the surface.Diamond itself is strictly an allotrope of the element carbon, amineral, one form of crystal that can be created from carbon. However, the diamond itself is a metamorphic mineral, as it forms under heat and pressure from solid-stateprocesses. It forms independently of the igneous rock in which itis found, qualifying it as a type of xenocryst. ( Full Answer )
Gold is a naturally occurring elemental metallic mineral which is not classified as a rock would be.
Emerald is considered a mineral. Minerals are not considered rocks, though they can be found in them. Emeralds are formed in veins of magma that has flowed into the crust and formed a vein. As is cools it forms crystalline structures. Emeralds form here as well as many other minerals.
Igneous rocks are those formed by the solidification of magma. Sedimentary rocks are formed by the lithification of the sedimentswhich accumulate from the erosion of preexisting rocks of alltypes. They also included rocks form from animal and plant remains. Metamorphic rocks are formed when sediment…ary or igneous rocks areheated and or squashed. ( Full Answer )
Quartz (SiO2) crystallizes from magma that is high in silica, thus most quartz is originally igneous. It then weathers out of igneous rocks as a clast and is deposited in what becomes a sedimentary rock. The original igneous rock or the quartz containing sedimentary rock can then become metamorphose…d. Furthermore, quartz can also form out of solution by meteoric water or hydrothermal systems in which case it is a precipitate. It can be both crystalline or amorphous. . ( Full Answer )
Galena is a mineral. not a rock, but is commonly found emplaced in sedimentary rock from hydrothermal deposition in faults and fissures.
The presence of intrusive magma in an area (known as contact metamorphism), or of tectonic plate interactions on a larger scale (known as regional metamorphism) puts the igneous and sedimentary rocks and minerals under heat or pressure which may cause changes in their chemistry and crystal structure…. The result is the creation of metamorphic rocks. Gemstones associated with metamorphic rock include the beryls , jade , lapis lazuli , turquoise , spinel , ruby , sapphire and zircon . ( Full Answer )
It's an igneous rock. There is a lot of fluorite in Illinois because this is an area of weakness in the bedrock where magma injections are present. Technically speaking, fluorite is a mineral, and not a rock. However, it is a mineral mostly formed in igneous area's
None of the above, actually. Pyrite is a mineral. Minerals are naturally occurring, inorganic substances. They have a distinctive chemical composition (Pyrite is iron sulfide), a crystalline structure (pyrite can form cubes, although is more often found as an irregular lump), and have distinctive ph…ysical properties (such as pyrite's metallic luster, which is why people mistake it for gold). Minerals are what comprise igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks.. Pyrite is a mineral, so it is neither igneous, sedimentary, nor metamorphic. ( Full Answer )
igneous rock are those crystaline solid which forms directly from the cooling of magma. sedimentary rock is the result of small pieces broken off at pre-existing rock. metamorphic rock is a rock that requires to be moved into different environment which makes it unstable in equilibrium with the new …environmental conditions. ( Full Answer )
Calcite is a mineral and not classified as metamorphic, sedimentary, or igneous, although it is usually associated with sedimentary rock formations.
\nmetamorphic - formed when igneous or sedimentary rocks are put under extreme heat and/or pressure.\n. \nigneous - volcanic rock (comes from a volcano)\n. \nsedimentary - particles of rock/sand/shells/clay etc. 'gathered' to make a rock.
Amethyst is actually a variety of quartz, and as a mineral, is not classified as igneous, metamorphic, or sedimentary as are rocks.
Agates are none of the above rock types, but a form of the mineral quartz, normally formed as a gas vesicle filler in igneous rocks, the microcrystalline quartz gradually filling the cavity with successive layers.
As a mineral, it is not classified as igneous, metamorphic or sedimentary, though most often found in sedimentary rock.
Is it possible that the igneous rock can be formed into sedimentary or metamorphic or sedimentary to igneous or metamorphic?
Most of it you got right. Have you ever heard of something called the rock cycle? If you have, good. If you haven't, here is a link to an excellent diagram: http://www.emporia.edu/earthsci/student/henderson1/rock_cycle.gif Anyway, if you look at the diagram, you can see how igneous rock can transf…orm into sediment, then sedimentary rock, or bypass sedimentary rock altogether and go to metamorphic rock. Sedimentary rock can turn into metamorphic rock with heat and pressure. However, to turn into igneous rock from sedimentary rock, it will have to melt down into magma/lava before becoming igneous rock once again. ( Full Answer )
Graphite is a mineral, not a rock that is classified as metamorphic, igneous or sedimentary.
Turquoise occurs in sedimentary or metamorphic rocks near or at the contact with igneous intrusives.
No, . Igneous rocks are formed by cooling molten rock (lava). . Sedimentary rocks are accumulations of ground up (eroded) previously solid rock or rocks formed by biological processes. . Metamorphic rocks are both sedimentary rocks and or igneous rocks that have been changed since they formed b…y heat and pressure. ( Full Answer )
Celestine is not a rock, it is a mineral, strontium sulfate. Common, beautiful, often a lovely blue color, popular among mineral collectors. You'd expect to find it in a sedimentary environment, especially limestone and dolostones.
Galena is a mineral. not a rock, but is commonly found emplaced in sedimentary rock from hydrothermal deposition in faults and fissures
It isn`t any of those. it`s actually a mineral. rocks are made from minerals, minerals are made from elements. I remember it by this: minerals make rocks but rocks can`t make minerals.
Pearls are formed within the soft tissue of mollusks, and start as a grain of sand. The mollusk concretes thin layers of calcium carbonate over the grain of sand. Therefore, a pearl would be considered sedimentary.
Antimony (atomic symbol=Sb) is a metallic, valuable ore element that commonly occurs in association with silicic volcanic or subvolcanic magmatic (igneous) systems. Antimony may also be anomalously enriched in black graphitic shales.
Dolostone is technically a sedimentary rock, although it's easy to understand why some might consider it to me metamorphic. In a shallow, tropical sea environment, such as the Caribbean Sea, Calcium Carbonate from shells and fish bones creates a layer of sediment, and since there is no sediment inpu…t from things like rivers, the Calcium Carbonate layer does not get mixed in with other types of sediment. Over time, this Calcium Carbonate is compressed into Limestone. Water can easily travel through Limestone, and if that water is rich in Magnesium, the Magnesium in the water will start to replace the Calcium in a process called diagenesis. Magnesium is smaller than Calcium, so empty bubbles called vugs form in the rock. Then new rock, which is made of Magnesium, Calcium, and Carbonate, is called Dolostone. Since the rock never changed due to heat and pressure, dolostone is not metamorphic, and since the rock was not made from lava or magma, it is definitely not igneous. ( Full Answer )
Sodalite is a mineral, and as such is not classified as a rock would be.
The beryl is a ignementaphic rock HAHAHAHAHAAHAH sowe the answer is it is metamorphic because it came from the lava and harden but compacted and harden in sea hahahaha
Quartz is a mineral composed of Silicon Dioxide (SiO 2 ). It can therefore be formed as an igneous rock by itself (rarely) and is part of many sedimentary rocks such as sandstone. Quartz sandstone can also be metamorphosed into quartzite. Quartz can be found as part of any rock or by itself as a s…ediments. ( Full Answer )
Obsidian is an igneous rock due to the nature in which it was formed. Obsidian is formed when lava from volcanoes is hurled high into the air, cools quickly upon falling and becomes the glassy rock known as obsidian.
No its impossible i believe as they are somewhat contradicting :P although dont take my word for it, check on google type in "Igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rock"
Sedimentary rocks are made from particles of sand or other material laid own in layers by water action and compressed to form stone (Sandstone, Limestone). Igneous rocks are those which froze or crystallized from a molten state (Volcanic lava, Granite). Metamorphic means altered from it's orig…inal state by heat, pressure or a combination of the two (Marble is metamorphosed Limestone). ( Full Answer )
Sandstone is a sedimentary rock which is made up of sand grains which have been compressed to form a rock that has very weak bonds holding the grains together. The grains themselves can be igneous, sedimentary or metamorphic depending on which rock the grains were eroded from.
lava and/or magma cools and forms igneous rocks. igneous rocks go through weather and erosion which forms sediments. these sediments are collected and compacted. this causes sedimentary rocks. the sedimentary rocks go through weather and erosion as well as being exposed to heat and pressure. this ca…uses metamorphic rocks. metamorphic rocks go through heat and pressure and then they melt and become lava or magma again. this is called the rock cycle. ( Full Answer )
obsidian is an igneous rock, it is not formed from sediment, or a rock going under heat and pressure for the second time it is formed when a volcano erupts and it cools very quickly giving it a smooth glossy surface like glass.
All of them are subject to temperature and pressure conditions.That is, their physical characteristic such as texture is subject to temperature and pressure conditions prevailing during their formation.
Marble is a non-foliated metamorphic rock composed of recrystallized carbonate minerals, most commonly calcite or dolomite. Geologists use the term " marble " to refer to metamorphosed limestone ; however stonemasons use the term more broadly to encompass unmetamorphosed limestone. Marble is com…monly used for sculpture and as a building material. .. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Marble . ( Full Answer )
Igneous rocks are either intrusive, which means they have been formed inside the Earth, or extrusive, meaning they have been formed by molten rock cooling down outside the earth. The intrusive ones will have been cooled slowly, and will have large crystals. The extrusive ones will have been cooled q…uickly, therefore, they will have small crystals. There is no pattern to the crystals in igneous rocks. E.g. Granite and Basalt. Sedimentary ricks will have benn formed from when the sediment under the sea has been forced together, these rocks are quite crumbly and loose. E.g. Chalk and Sandstone. Metamorphic rocks will have been formed because of the effect of extreme pressures and temperatures within the earth, they are hard and smooth, and have crystals in layers. E.g. Slate and Marble. ( Full Answer )
In simple terms...undergoing additional heat and pressure from a more recent igneous intrusion which change the structure and minerology.
igneous is formed by a volcano, metamorphic is form by heat and pressure below the earths crust, sedimentary rock is form from sediments from weathered rock that clump together and become solid again
Igneous rocks are based from the cooling of magma, Sedimentary rocks are based from the deposition of material at the earth's surface, and metamorphic rocks (Transformation of pre-existing rocks) are basically rocks which have had, for example, contact or regional metamorphism happen. Contact and re…gional metamorphism is basically different degrees of pressure and temperature which foliate a rock. ( Full Answer )
Sedimentary and Metamorphic rocks becomes igneous rocks when they get melted with the magma then later cool and crystallize.
Igneous, sedimentaty and metamorphic are all types of rocks. Youwould just write sentences to describe each, like "Igneous rockscome from volcanoes" and "Sedimentary rocks come from sediment."
Anthracite is a metamorphic rock. Anthracite is formed when an organic sedimentary rock - coal - iscompressed and heated in the ground.
Zinc is a mineral in its natural state as sphalerite (ZnS), whichis a compound of Zinc and Sulphur. It is normally found along withother igneous type minerals such as copper, lead and iron.
igneous, solidified from molten state: granite, basalt, obsidian . sedimentary, settled out erosion or biological products: sandstone, limestone, lignite, mudstone, shale, flint . metamorphic, modified by heat and/or pressure: marble, slate, coal, schist, gneiss, quartzite