phyllite

A foliated metamorphic rock that develops from slate and is marked by a silky sheen and medium grain size.
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Phyllite

Phyllite is a type of foliated metamorphic rock created from slate that is further metamorphosed so that very fine grained white mica achieves a preferred orientation. It is primarily composed of quartz, sericite mica, and chlorite. Phyllite has fine-grained mica flakes in a preferred orientation, whereas slate has extremely fine clay flakes that ...
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Phyllite

• (n.) Clay slate; argillaceous schist. • (n.) A mineral related to ottrelite.
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Phyllite

Phyl'lite noun [ See Phylo- .] (Min.) (a) A mineral related to ottrelite. (b) Clay slate; argillaceous schist.
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Phyllite

A foliate metamorphic rock that is made up mainly of very fine-grained mica. The surface of phyllite
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phyllite

A metamorphosed mudstone with a silky sheen, more coarse-grained than a slate and less coarse-grained than a schist.
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phyllite

fine-grained metamorphic rock formed by the reconstitution of fine-grained, parent sedimentary rocks, such as mudstones or shales. Phyllite has a ... [1 related articles]
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Phyllite

Phyllite is a clay rock, resembling slate, but containing a large percentage of fine, silky, pale- coloured mica. It splits readily, and has a shimmering lustre on the surface.
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phyllite

See below soil type,
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