Wild Rock Write Up

Wild Rock Write Up - Shane Bogin W00812443 Wild Rock...

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Shane Bogin W00812443 Wild Rock Write-up Observations: The rock that I found to do my write-up about is the sedimentary rock coal. The chunk of coal that I found is dark grey, with small pieces of what appears to be sand and other rocks within it, some of which are shiny and others which do not reflect light at all. Looking at it closely, it seems to consist of a lot of different sized small grains cemented together into one soft rock. The coal that I gathered was very soft, breaking almost in half when I handled it, leading me to the realization that this specific piece of coal is bituminous coal or soft coal, which is why I was able to break it. Bituminous coal is the type of coal that is most commonly used for energy and is the third stage of coal formation. Looking closely at my rock, you can see that there is some slight layering, consisting of dark bands where it seems that two separate pieces of coal were compacted together. Some sections of the coal are a lighter brown than the other sections, which are
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