What is Quartzite?
It is a metamorphic rock, composed mainly of quartz, one of the most abundant minerals in the earth’s crust. Quartzite was formed by metamorphism (structural change under the influence of high temperatures and pressure) from siliceous sediments. Most often, its formation is associated with the recrystallization of quartz sandstones or igneous rocks, such as porphyry. The quartzite stone has a dense granular structure: microscopic grains of quartz merge into a solid mass with a splintered or concave fracture.
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