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Rock Specimens

Rock specimens are useful for studying textures, grain sizes, and other features altered by pressure, temperature, and other natural forces. Different select categories of rock specimens are available for purchase as well, including metamorphic, igneous, and sedimentary rocks. Sets of rock specimens are housed in compartmentalized collection boxes, with descriptions of each specimen printed for easy confirmation of identification. These rock specimens are carefully selected to be the highest quality to provide students with a suitable introduction to earth materials and their characteristics.


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Description:   Clay
Description:   Small, rounded pebbles and tightly cemented granules.
Catalog Number: (470025-228)

Description:   Ideal for Beginning Earth Science Students
Catalog Number: (470025-166)

Description:   Examples of the Most Basic Rocks and Rock-Forming Minerals
Description:   Gray metamorphosed shale showing "slaty cleavage".
Description:   Obsidian is hard black colored, volcanic glass.
Description:   Black, soft; most widely mined.

Description:   Introduce your students to rocks formed from deposition of sediment.
Description:   Foliated biotite, coarse, silvery gray with quartz-feldspar bands.
Description:   Everything You Need to Organize Your Specimens
Description:   Conglomerate is a sedimentary rock made up rounded quartz pebbles.
Description:   Shale is a rich, gray fissile clay rock.
Description:   Halite has translucent cubic cleavages formed from the evaporation of ancient seas.
Description:   Quartzite is hard, non-foliated rock formed from metamorphosed quartz sandstones.
Description:   Rhyolite is a pale, pink felsic rock with lower density than most igneous rocks.
Description:   Shiny black volcanic glass showing conchoidal fracture and some spherulites.
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