Gypsum is an evaporite.
Yes. Rock gypsum is a chemical sedimentary rock.
Gypsum is actually a major rock forming mineral. Rock gypsum is a chemical sedimentary rock.
It is Limestone Gypsum Coal Dolomite Halite Sandstone Conglomerate Shale
No, it is sedimentary.
It is a chemical sedimentary rock.
First of all, Gypsum is a mineral, and Rock Gypsum is a rock, don't get them confused. Second of all, no they aren't. Rock Gypsum is a sedimentary rock, and an alternate name for it is Alabaster.
Rock salt, rock gypsum, and sometimes limestone.
Rock salt and rock gypsum are common examples of a group of chemical sedimentary rocks called evaporities. When a sedimentary rock consists of angular, grave sized particles is breccia.
Rock gypsum is a sedimentary rock. These rocks can be transparent or opaque. Examples could be chalk and chalk boards.
An example of a chemical sedimentary rock is rock gypsum.
yes and no because sedementary is a type of rock but it is not a rock like gypsum.
The main groups of sedimentary rocks are; 1. Organic Sedimentary Rock - Coal. 2. Chemical Sedimentary Rock - Gypsum. 3. Mechanical/Detrital Sedimentary Rock - Sandstone
The main types of sedimentary rocks are; 1. Organic Sedimentary Rock - Coal. 2. Chemical Sedimentary Rock - Gypsum. 3. Mechanical/Detrital Sedimentary Rock - Sandstone
Chemical sedimentary rock. There are several. Rock gypsum and rock salt come to mind.
A chemical sedimentary rock. Evaporites are formed in this depositional environment. Salts, carbonates, and sulfates mostly. Halite, sylvite, calcite, gypsum, etc.