What is Marble?
There is no scientifically known stone called marble, but in our country as usual, marble is equivalent to marble and even includes stones outside the definition of marble.

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There is no scientifically known stone called marble, but in our country as usual, marble is equivalent to marble and even includes stones outside the definition of marble. Theoretically it is calcareous and metamorphic rock with a specific gravity more than calcareous limestone, dolomitic marble or both, which have monolithic or interconnected connective tissue and are part of soft rocks. Whether metamorphic or non-metamorphic, it is good for polishing and has good shine, and generally includes all limestone of non-marble and travertine, so some types of veins and fossils are visible in some of them.
Marbles are also called dolomitic and dolomitic in terms of the amount of magnesium carbonate called calcite marble, magnesite marble or calcite marble. Due to the presence of impurities in bright white to dark colors such as red, cream, brown, pink, black, mustard, green and so on. The method of cutting marble stones in the mine is by wire cutting. In general, marbles are rocks that are not highly resistant, but some are found to be marble-like in shape and form, but hardly granite or porcelain, in which case these types of marbles are due to their porosity. And the veins are used full. Formerly putty used to fill the stones with molasses, simka and stone powder but now resin is used. Some marble stones are glued on the back, resin or epoxy, and lace to enhance stone stability. One of the influencing parameters in choosing marble is the color variation and white marble for example. The welders pointed out.
Some marble rocks have high water absorption due to their calcareous nature. For this reason, they should not be used in places where there is a lot of flooding, such as toilets, toilets, kitchens and bathrooms. It is not weak against natural factors such as rain, cold and heat and weathering like travertine. Thus, marble stones are crushed if used in places that are subject to contraction and expansion. Due to the fact that most marble stones have low resistance, they should not be used in busy halls and bridges, as they will wear and tear over time, and should not be used in building facades and in sunlight. Marbles usually have many veins, most of them red or iron oxide or one of its compounds. As can be seen in the graph, the production volume of this stone has fluctuated over the years and has changed according to market demand. Changes in export duties and tariffs and state laws have been major drivers of changes in the production of this stone over the past few years. Also, during the year 2005, the consumption of stone has increased due to increased housing construction, especially Mehr housing.
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