S309 U 02
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Fact sheet

S309 U 02

This sample is used as an "unknown" in S309.

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Map
52.025298, -0.70879
About this collection

This colllection is an archive of rocks that have appeared in OU modules for use by OU staff only.

Sample details

Type
metamorphic
Category guide  
Category Guide
Title
Refers to any word or phrase that appears in the individual rock names. Names are generally descriptive; they allow the user to searranite' as well as more speci?c names such as 'breccia'. However, the adjacent descriptiix captures a wider range of general words and phrases and is a more powerful search tool.
Description
Refers to any word or phrase that appears anywhere in the descriptions of the specimens
Accessory minerals
Minerals that occur in very low abundance in a rock. They are usually not visible with the naked eye and contribute perhapssver, they often dominate the rare elements such as platinum group metals.
Rock-forming minerals
Minerals that make up the bulk of all rock samples and are also the ones used in rock classi?cation.
Timescale
Selecting one or more period, for example 'Jurassic'.
Theme
A term used to group togge.g. the UKVM contains a 'SW England granites' theme that includes such rock types as granite, hydrothermal breccia, skarn, and vein samples).
Category
A general term used to label a rock sample. It is a useful way of grouping similar samples throughout a collection. Category names are often, but not exclusively, common rock names (e.g. granite, basalt, dolerite, gabbro, greisen, skarn, gneiss, amphibolite, limestone, sandstone).
Owner
The owner of the sample that appears in the collection. For example, NASA owns all the samples that appear in the Moon Rocks collection
We would like to thank the following for the use of this sample: