No it is not metamorphic, it is a sedimentary rock.
Sulnapoticsulphite. this when extreme heat is applied turns into chalk.
Chalk is a form of limestone, a sedimentary rock.
chalk is a sedimentary rock
Chalk is an organic sedimentary rock made of tiny shells and shell fragments.
Weathering and erosion turn igneous rock to metamorphic rock.
It can still turn into a new and more recent metamorphic rock.
A Metamorphic Rock could turn into a sediment rock by heat and erosion. Then the sediment rock could turn into a Sedimentary Rock by compaction and cementation. The Sedimentary Rock can turn into a Metamorphic Rockagain by heat and pressure. Metamorphic Rock (weathering and erosion Sediment Rock Sediment Rock (compaction and cementation)= Sedimentary Rock Sedimentary Rock (Heat and Pressure) = Metamorphic Rock
It can be used for the chalk bords .
Igneous rock can turn in to metamorphic rock by weathering and erosion. The Igneous rock is changed by heat and pressure and is turned in to the new rock, the new rock is the Metamorphic rock
The rock that gets heat+pressure to turn into a metamorphic rock.
Lava does not directly turn into metamorphic rock. Lava turns into igneous rock, which can become sedimentary rock. Either igneous or sedimentary rock can turn into metamorphic rock when lava gets into a crack. The pressure and heated fluids alter the surrounding rock, turning it into metamorphic rock.
A metamorphic rock.
Anthracite coal is already a metamorphic rock.
A igneous rock can turn metamorphic by heat and pressure
Rock from all three rock classifications (igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic) can undergo metamorphism and become metamorphic rock, or a different type of metamorphic rock.
it is by the heat
A metamorphic or Igneous rock
Yes. In the rock cycle, any sedimentary rock can be transformed into a metamorphic rock due to deep burial where the rock is changed by the earth's high temperature and pressure, an exposure to a plutonic intrusion, where rocks such as granite are formed, or any other process where heat and pressure alter the composition, appearance, and classification of a rock. An igneous rock can turn into a metamorphic rock or a sedimentary rock. A metamorphic rock can turn into an igneous rock or a sedimentary rock, and a sedimentary rock can turn into an igneous rock or a metamorphic rock.
heat and pressure deep beneath earth's surface can change any rock into metamorphic rock.
Gneiss= Metamorphic Chalk= Sedimentary Granite= Igneous