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1GEY111 Lab 5: Rock CycleName: Kathleen MartinezDate:11/5/2021Lab title: Rock CycleLab Partner:N/ATable 1: Examining Particles of SedimentMaterialParticle SizeDescription of Roundnessof grainsDescription of Sorting ofthe sampleClayGranules 2-4mmWell roundedPoorly sortedSandCoarse sand .5-2mmangularWell sortedPebblesPebbles 4-10mmSub roundedWell sortedCollectedSampleFine sandangularPoorly sortedPhoto of Step 1:
2Table 2: Rock Sample ObservationsSampleGrain SizeGrain ShapeGrainOrientationGrains BreakApart Easily?React withAcid?ACourse sandangularWell sortedyesnoBFine sandSub roundedWell sortednonoCgranulessubroundedPoorly sortednonoDsiltGrains are fusedhard to tellWell sortednonoEclaysubroundedWell sortednonoFCourse sandGrains are fusedPoorly sortedyesnoSampleIs ThereQuartz?Is There Mica?Is ThereLayering?Is ThereFoliation?Rock TypeAyesyesnonoigneousBYes small %Yes small %nonoigneousCyesnononoigneousDyesyesnonoigneousENoyesyesyesmetamorphicFyesyesnonometamorphicPhotos of Step 1, 7 and 8:(Step 1)

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Term
Spring
Professor
Eleanor Camann
Tags
Igneous rocks, Metamorphic rocks, rock type

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