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Metamorphic Rock Practice
Slate -foliated -parent rock is slate
Phyllite -foliated -parent rock is slate
Schist -foliated -parent rock is phyllite
Gneiss -foliated -parent rock is schist
Marble -nonfoliated -parent rock is limestone (REACTS WITH HCl!!!)
Quartzite -nonfoliated -parent rock is sandstone
Baraboo Quartzite -nonfoliated -parent rock is sandstone and large deposits of hematite
Anthracite coal -nonfoliated -parent is bituminous coal -notice how shiny it is compared to it parent
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