What rock is formed when limestone is metamorphosed?
Marble is formed when limestone is metamorphosed.
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Marble is a rock formed by the metamorphism of limestone.
Calcite, garnet, graphite, hematite, magnetite, mica, and talc.
Marble e marble
Marble is a metamorphic rock formed from limestone.
Marble is the metamorphic rock formed from limestone. =)
Marble is one type of metamorphosed limestone.
Limestone metamorphoses into marble.
When mica is metamorphosed, it often forms schist or gneiss.
Marble is the most common metamorphic rock that forms from the metamorphism of a limestone.
i think its a sedimentary rock
Limestone is a sedimentary rock made up of calcite (CaCO3) as its main mineral. Some limestones were formed by chemical deposition and others by the accumulation of shells fro…m minute sea creatures. Many invertebrate animals (animals with no backbones) take calcite from sea water to construct their shells. When they die the shells fall to the sea bed. Areas where there is little deposition of mud or sand will be ideal for the formation of limestone. One type of limestone which is very pure is called chalk, but most other limestones contain variable amounts of mud or sand or other material.
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When a tectonic plate in a subduction zone, goes underneath another tectonic plate, the magma in the Earth's core causes the plate to break up and melt. This melted rock becom…es magma, and when it pushes through the Earth's crust to create a volcanic eruption, the magma cools and becomes rock. This rock is Metamorphic rock.
The metamorphic formed from limestone is called Marble.