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Cornubianite

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The term was first used for a banded fine-grained compact to schistose rock essentially composed of quartz, feldspar and micas generated by contact metamorphism of a gneisose to schistose protolith, Also used later for a schistose andalusite hornfels or a tourmaline-quartz-mica hornfels. Also used in italy as a synonym of hornfels.


Classification of Cornubianite

Rock βž” Metamorphic rock βž” Cornubianite

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No information on health risks for this material has been entered into the database. You should always treat mineral specimens with care.

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