Sandstone

Sandstone

Sand deposits, which are adhered together with calcium carbonate, silica, iron oxide and dolomite, are called limestone sand stones, silica, iron oxide and dolomite, respectively. Based on the nature of the precipitated sand, sand stones may have soft or rough texture. In terms of color based on the sticky material, the spectrum includes color, white, pepper and gray to brown and red. Generally resistant to frost. Their final surface can be used as booty, crutch and scissors, and non-iron tools are used to install them.

1. Sand stone: This type of sand stone is not resistant to acidic environments. These conditions affect the calcium carbonate in them and the stone is shattered. Calcite is pure white, so limestone sand is white.

2. Siliceous sandstone: Sandstones are often made up of siliceous grains adhering to silica salts. They are therefore very resistant and stable in acidic environments. This type of sand stone is more gray.

3 Iron oxide sandstone: This type of sandstone, which is thickened by the use of iron oxides, is found in brown to red colors, and is often extended.

4. Dolomite sandstone: Dolomite sandstones that are bonded with magnesium carbonate and calcium are not as resistant to urban environments. These types of peas are colored.