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How Do Heat and Pressure Create Metamorphic Rocks?

By applying more and more pressure to a piece of aluminum foil “clay,” we can discover, stage by stage, how heat and pressure turn clay into slate, phyllite, and finally schist.It is an educational co ...

Create Your Own Miniature Salt Flats!

Create your own miniature salt flats at home.It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource, you will be redirected to the content. If you want to download the ...

Popcorn Pumice: Exploring Different Rock Densities

Obsidian is basically “unpopped” pumice: obsidian and pumice are igneous rocks that are made out of the same material, but because of the way it’s formed inside the volcano, pumice looks very differen ...

How do Sedimentary Layers Form?

This project shows one way that sedimentary layers are formed as sediments (mud and silt, sand, pebbles and rocks, other ) settle over time.How do sedimentary layers form?It is an educational content ...

Streak Test

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Streak Test

You can’t always tell what mineral you’ve got by its color; lots of them look alike. How can you tell them apart?It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource ...

How to Find Specific Gravity of Minerals

Density is the mass of an object divided by its volume. A rock and a piece of foam might be the same size, but they will weigh very different amounts. Density tells you how tightly packed the molecule ...

How Does Pressure Change Minerals?

The difference between quartz monzonite and gneiss is a lot of pressure. In this experiment, we'll learn how pressure can make the minerals in a rock line up in the same direction and form bands and f ...

The Mohs Test: How to Compare the Hardness of Minerals

Some minerals are harder than others because of how strongly their atoms are bound together at the molecular level. How do we find out which minerals are harder and which are softer?It is an education ...

Making A Rock In A Cup

There are three types of rocks-igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary.Each rock is formed through different processes and made up of varying .Igneous rocks are formed through the cooling of melted whi ...

Which Type Of Rocks Are Most Damaged By Freezing?

There are three basic types of rocks: sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic. Sedimentary rocks are distinguished by their layered formation on the earth's surface. Igneous rocks are formed by the cool ...

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