What are non-foliated metamorphic rocks?

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A non-foliated metamorphic rock is one that does not have planar patterns of strain. They are formed where temperatures are high but pressures relatively low, and, equal in all directions. Examples of this type of rock are quartzite, marble, and metabasalt.
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Non-Foliated metamorphic rock don't have bands of crystals or break into
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Foliated metamorphic is when the rock texture is arranged in planes or bands. Nonfoliated is when the rock texture is not arranged in planes or bands.
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Slate is metamorphosed shale. It splits into layers in the same way shale does but is denser and stronger than shale, making it strong enough to be used in industry. Most people are
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Foliation is caused by a preferred orientation of sheet silicates under conditions of high-pressure. It occurs in metamorphic rock. Bedding is a natural "passive" layering
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