What Are Porous and Non Porous Rocks?


A non porous rock is a rock that or which has interlocking grains so that water cannot get into it while a porous rock is like a sponge. Rocks with rounded grains are normally more crumbly and softer than rocks with interlocking grains.
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These are rocks that are highly compacted, having little or no pore spaces within their grains. They do not readily allow the passage of water through them.
( ′pör·əs ′ber·iŋ ) (design engineering) A bearing made from sintered metal powder impregnated with oil by a vacuum treatment.
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