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GLY 4310 Name 12 points - 10 took exam May 3, 2010 Number in red to the left of the question is the number of incorrect responses. Scores to the left of the answer in red are the number of incorrect responses. Instructor comments and answers are in blue . LAB FINAL - Closed Book KEY True-False - Print the letter T or F in the blank to indicate if each of the following statements is true or false. Illegible answers are wrong. (1 point each) 3 T 1. Generally minerals with more open crystal structures are favored at higher temperatures 1 T 2. Slates and phyllites characteristically form from pelitic rocks. There is little difference in mineralogy from the original rock 2 F 3. Slates characteristically show a surface sheen, and often display crenulations. 2 T 4. Granulite facies rocks have mineralogy, and sometimes appearance, very similar to granite 5 F 5. White marble usually has calcitic limestone as a protolith. 5 F 6. When used for load-bearing structures, marble with all cavities filled with epoxy colored to match the marble is the preferred substance. 9 F
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  • Spring '10
  • WARBURTON
  • following minerals, regional metamorphic facies, Granulite facies rocks, Biotite Gneiss Phyllite Cordierite Hornfels Actinolite Schist Serpentinite Andalusite, C D E F Glaucophane Antigorite Plagioclase Epidote Garnet

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