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Sample # Texture Mineral Comp Name Parent Uses 1 nonfoliated glassy, breaks uneven andesite coal 2 foliated banding gneiss 3 foliated gneiss 4 nonfoliated white bands, talc soapstone 5 nonfoliated shiny, crystals marble limestone 6 nonfoliated sandy quartzite sanstone 7 foliated banding gneiss 8 foliated slate 9 foliated shiny, sparkly schist 10 foliated garnet crystals schist 11 nonfoliated serpentinite Decorative stone 12 foliated schist 13 foliated waxy, metallic phyllite peat, lignite, bituminous coal Highest grade coal for clean burning fossil fuel. mudstone, shale, slate, phyllite, schist, granite, or diorite Construction stone, decorative stone, sources of gemstones very distinct bands with crystals mudstone, shale, slate, phyllite, schist, granite, or diorite Construction stone, decorative stone, sources of gemstones basalt, gabbro, or ultramafic igneous rocks Art carvings, electrical insulators, talcum powder
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Unformatted text preview: Art carvings, construction stone, decorative stone, source of lime for agriculture Construction stone, decorative stone mudstone, shale, slate, phyllite, schist, granite, or diorite Construction stone, decorative stone, sources of gemstones fine grained, slaty cleavage mudstone, shale Roofing slate, table tops, floor tile, and blackboards mudstone, slate, shale, or phyllite Construction stone, decorative stone, sources of gemstones mudstone, slate, shale, or phyllite Construction stone, decorative stone, sources of gemstones dull or glossy, microcrystilline basalt, gabbro, or ultramafic igneous rocks visible sparkling, shiny mudstone, slate, shale, or phyllite Construction stone, decorative stone, sources of gemstones mudstone, shale, or slate Construction stone, decorative stone, sources of gemstones...
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2012 for the course GEO 1111 taught by Professor Davidj.young during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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