Schist is a foliated metamorphic rock that contains abundant mica or other platy mineral grains
Hornfels any metamorphic rock with nondirectional structure Serpentine These rocks are formed by crushing and shearing with only minor recrystallization If there are no Phyllite is intermediate between slate and schist It differs from
A schist is a medium to coarse grained foliated metamorphic rock typically containing muscovite biotite chlorite and quartz Feldspar usually albite or
Mar 17 2017 Banding or schist structure is sometimes present and crystalline filling of the spaces between the grains with secondary quartz that is silica
Talc schist contains abundant talc it has a greasy feel a well developed schistosity and a grayish green colour Mica schist often contains muscovite mica
Schist is medium grade metamorphic rock formed by the metamorphosis of mudstone shale or some types of igneous rock to a higher degree than slate i e it
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