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FC: ROCKS & MINERALS

1: What a beautiful view! | metamorphic | how it is formed : when a rock undergoes tremendous pressure , extreme heat and chemical processes How it can be transformed : melting and cooling =igneous rock erosion , depostion and cenmentation = sedimentary rock changing tem and pressure =metamorphic rock | examples : marble

2: examples : sandstone and shale

3: How it is formed : when sediment deposits are compressed , cemented and hardned | sedimentary rocks | How it can be Transformed :melting and cooling=igneous rock changing temp and pressure = metamorphic

5: Igneous Rocks | How it is formed : when magma or molten rock, cools and hardens | how it can be transformed: changing temp and pressure += metamorphic erosion,deposition and cementation =sedimentary

7: MINERALS

8: A compound containing a silicon bearing anion.The silicate anions are chains, double chains, sheets, and three-dimensional frameworks. | SILICATE

9: Silicates are well characterized as solids, but are less commonly observed in solution. | Olivine Micas Quartz are 3 common examples

10: they come in different shapes colors and sizes and have well formed crystals structures. | NON SILICATE MINERALS

11: non silicate minerals do not have the silicon oxygen unit. They may have oxygen but not silicon and oxygen together

12: work cited www.bing.com my earth systems book

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