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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.
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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  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.