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Name: Stephanie SoutherlinDate: June 28th,2021Lab title: Rock CycleLab Partner: N/ATable 1: Examining Particles of SedimentMaterialParticle SizeDescription of Roundnessof grainsDescription of Sorting ofthe sampleClay<0.004 mmsub-roundedpoorly sortedSand0.06-0.25 mmangularwell sortedPebbles4-64 mmwell-roundedwell sortedCollectedSample2-4 mmwell-roundedpoorly sortedPhoto of Step 1:1
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Table 2: Rock Sample ObservationsSampleGrain SizeGrain ShapeGrainOrientationGrains BreakApart Easily?React withAcid?A0.06-0.25mmsub-roundedpoorly sortednonoB4-64mmwell-roundedwell sortednonoC0.004-0.06mmsub-roundedpoorly sortednonoD0.004-0.06mmangularwell sortedyesyesE2-4 mmangularwell sortednoyesF0.5-2 mmsub-roundedpoorly sortednonoSampleIs ThereQuartz?Is There Mica?Is ThereLayering?Is ThereFoliation?Rock TypeAnoyesnonoigneousBnoyesyesnosedimentaryCnoyesnonoigneousDyesyesyesnoMetamorphicEyesyesyesnoMetamorphicFnonoyesyesMetamorphicPhotos of Step 1, 7 and 8:3
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Table 4: Photos of Igneous RocksPhotos of Igneous RocksComposition –colorTextureIgneous Namefelsic/silicicPhaneriticDiorite

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Term
Fall
Professor
Mark Leatherman
Tags
Igneous rocks, rock type

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