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any metamorphic rock that can be split into thin layers

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The petrographic studies and rock mass characterization reveal that quartz mica schist, schistose marble and micaceous marble are weak and intensely jointed rocks, falling in the category of class B, C and D i.e.
Specimen Initial form Setting time iRoot BP Plus Premixed paste 7 days * iRoot FS Premixed paste 1 hour ProRoot MTA Powder 4 hours Super-EBA Powder 12 hours Specimen Surface morphology Particle size iRoot BP Plus Schistose and flaky 20 [micro]m crystals iRoot FS Schistose and flaky 5 [micro]m crystals ProRoot MTA Hexagonal granules 5 [micro]m Super-EBA Dendrites 100 [micro]m * Note: the expected setting time of iRoot BP Plus is around 2 hours according to manufacturer's instruction.
Schist occurs as low lying rocks with N-S trending, moderately to steeply dipping schistose planes.
In our taxonomic framework this taxon has been recognized several times in the same region, with indifferent behaviour for edaphic conditions, occurring also on schistose soils from Serra do Caldeirao till Seixe river basin, mainly among Q.
The bituminous shales of Tetouan and Bab Taz sites are Upper Cretaceous-Cenomanian in age and are included in schistose marls (Figs.
Reflected light microscopy indicates an approximate total of 10% graphite variably as discrete flakes and in poorly defined shreds, mostly intricately intergrown within the distorted schistose biotite, but rarely incorporated within the equally irregular quartz layers.
It lies on a broad expanse of clay and limestone, very different from the friable schistose soils at Chteau Sainte Marguerite.
The schists are usually highly schistose and well foliated, with well developed micaceous cleavage planes along which they will shatter if force is applied.
The antivenene is produced from the venom of a single species, Enhydrina schistose, and it has also been found that tiger shake antivenene offers considerable cross-protection against the venom of these marine reptiles.