Is a Metamorphic rock
Is a Metamorphic rock Contains such as micas, chlorite, amphiboles, pyroxenes, and carbonates. It is a soft, dense, heat-resistant rock that has a high specific heat capacity Used as r countertops, sinks, masonry heaters, flooring
Is a Metamorphic rock Is formed from the extreme heat caused by magma or by friction of tectonic plates. Carbonate, Magnetite, Pyrrhotite, Serpentine, Sulfides Used as Building Stone, Paving Stone, Garden Decoration, Office Buildings
Is a Metamorphic rock is quartz–manganese-rich garnet–rhodoniteschist Khondalites weather easily but still have been used in buildings and temples
formed by high-grade regional metamorphic processes Is a Metamorphic rock Used as Countertops, Decorative Aggregates, Flooring, Interior Decoration Contains Biotite, Chlorite, Feldspar, Garnet, Graphite, Hornblade, Micas
Is a Metamorphic rock formed due to weathering of existing rocks contains Feldspar, Micas, Olivine, Plagioclase, Pyroxene, Quartz etc used as building stones, paving stones, tombstones etc
Is a Metamorphic rock formed by regional metamorphism of argillaceous sediments since their cleavage arose due to deviatoric stress. Contains Albite, Alusite, Biotite, Chlorite, Feldspar, Garnet, Graphite, Kyanite, Micas, Muscovite or Illite, Porphyroblasts, Quartz etc. Used as decorative stones in counter tops, floor tiles etc.
Is a Sedimentary rock either deposited directly as a ferruginous sedimentor created by chemical replacement can be used as a building material, source of iron
Is a Sedimentary rock Contains calcite, Silica, Iron oxide etc
Is a sedimentary rock formed by the compaction of silt and clay-size mineral particles Contains Dolomite, Hematite, Pyrite, Quartz, Silica, Sulfides etc. Used in Cement Manufacture, Construction Aggregate, ceramics industry, pottery etc.