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1 IGNEOUS ROCKS I I INTRUSIVE I EXTRUSIVE FINE-GAAlNED COnRSEORAlNED I GRANITE (Hlgh dm! Temperature Llght , a l dColored \ / Formatlon) DIORITE GNUSS (Banded Felspar) $. 1. Origin of theprincipal metamorphic rocks. A I A A 1 MINERAL CONSTITUENTS OF ROCKS-A REVIEW 9 (b) The other series of crystallization that is taking place simultaneously forms minerals that are compositionally distinct. The reaction series (olivine-pyroxene-amphibole-biotite) is discontinuous; thus the reaction between crystals and the melt occurs only during specific periods of the cooling sequence.

H. Diagenesis. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 1988, 591 pp. 1 1. Theodorovich, G. I. ” Zzv. Akad. Nauk, USSR, Ser. , Vol. 6, 1965, pp. 75-95. 12. Chilingarian, G. V. and Wolf, K. H. ). Compaction of Coarse-grained Sediments, I . Elsevier Scientific Publ. , New York, 1975, 808 pp. 13. Chilingarian, G. , Mazzullo, S. J. and Rieke, H. H. Carbonate Reservoir Characterization, Part Z. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 1992, 639 pp; Part ZZ, 1996, 994 pp. 14. , Durand, C. and Brosse, E. ”J Petrol. Sci. , Vol.

The accepted method for computing the roundness of a particle is to view the particle as a two-dimensional object and obtain the ratio of the average radius of all the edges to the radius of the maximum inscribed circle. 9. Later, Pettijohn [20] defined five grades of roundness as: (1) angular, (2) subangular, (3) subrounded, (4) rounded, and (5) well rounded. The degree of roundness is a function of the maturity of the particle. The particles are more angular near their source just after genesis and acquire greater roundness from abrasion during transportation to a depositional basin.

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