What Is Sand Made from?

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Sand is made up of rocks and minerals that have been worn down by erosion and collisions with each other. Quartz crystals make up most of the composition of sand. You can find more information here: http://www.beaufortcountylibrary.org/htdocs-sirsi/beachsan.htm
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Sand can be made out of many things. Most often, it is the eroded particles of rocks or minerals. Much of the time this erosion is due to water constantly splashing and rubbing up against a solid surface such as a cliff or reef.
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