Discussion :: Concrete Technology - Section 1 (Q.No.45)
The rock which is not calcareous, is :
Answer: Option D
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|Mebratie said: (Mar 27, 2014)|
|Why laterite not calcareous?|
|Ravindra said: (Jun 27, 2015)|
|Because laterite is argillaceous rock.|
|Sujan said: (Aug 21, 2016)|
|What is Macl?|
|Ramveer Yadav said: (Nov 10, 2016)|
|I am not satisfied with the answer because "clay" is also argillaceous rock.|
|Sujeet said: (Jun 9, 2017)|
|The mineralogical and chemical compositions of laterites are dependent on their parent rocks. Laterites consist mainly of quartz, zircon, and oxides of titanium, iron, tin, aluminium and manganese, which remain during the course of weathering.
What is Macl?
|Mounica said: (Nov 3, 2017)|
|Maybe it's Marls (argillaceous limestone).|
|Viru Kapoor said: (Nov 1, 2018)|
|Yes, laterite is an argilliceous rock.|
|Balvinder Singh said: (Jun 18, 2019)|
|In calcareous rock, lime is the main constituent and argillaceous rock have clay.|
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