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Taj mahal quartzite: a special kind of rock

Taj mahal quartzite is a special kind of rock. This rock is a mixture of quartz and zircon. It has excellent wear resistance and compressive strength. Therefore, it can be used to manufacture industrial supplies and building materials.

Characteristics of taj mahal quartzite

The Taj Mahal is the largest quartzite structure in the world. It consists of a huge semicircle stone. The characteristics of the Taj Mahal are difficult to repair. Therefore, we need to protect and maintain it before repairing it. 1. Keep the environment dry All the stone carvings in the Taj Mahal are used as carvings, so wetting agents need to be used frequently to keep them clean and hygienic. At the same time, it is necessary to ensure that the surrounding air quality is good, which requires us to avoid working in the sun or staying indoors for a long time, and do not put our hands under the sun. Also, avoid exposure to moisture. Use a hair dryer to keep the air circulating if necessary. 2. Regular maintenance It is necessary to maintain and maintain the stone carvings every once in a while. Generally speaking, in daily maintenance, we need to ensure the moisture of the stone to prevent the stone from fading and other problems. Also avoid contact with chemicals. In case of accidental contact with the skin, rinse immediately with water and dry with a soft cloth. 3. Keep it clean Wipe the stone carving objects with a damp cloth every day, or use a vacuum cleaner to remove the dust and dirt in the stone crevices. If there are fine grains of sand on the stone carvings, they must be cleaned with a brush. Then scrub the stone surface with water to make it smoother and moister.

Formation of taj mahal quartzite

The formation of taj mahal quartzite is due to crustal movement and thermal changes in the interior of the earth. About 3.5 billion years ago, a huge crustal movement occurred at the border of the Indian Ocean with the African continent. A new crack in the crust formed in this area, separating the Indian Ocean from the African continent. Subsequently, a large number of volcanic eruptions caused a thick layer of volcanic dust over the Indian Ocean and the African continent. The dust blocked the sun’s rays, causing the sky over the Indian Ocean and the African continent to heat up.

Subsequently, the seawater began to evaporate, forming a thick layer of seawater ice. This ice covers the entire Indian Ocean and the African continent. Temperatures over the Indian Ocean and the African continent began to drop significantly due to the presence of sea ice.

Finally, after the sea ice melted, taj mahal quartzite was formed. This process took about 350 million years. The Taj Mahal is the only palace in the world covered in sea ice. After the sea ice disappears, the minerals in the sea water crystallize into a very hard crystal after a long time, the hardness of this crystal can reach the hardness of diamond. This crystal was later called “diamond”.

However, the quartzite of the Taj Mahal was damaged by the presence of sea ice. Scientists believe that the Taj Mahal’s quartzite was deposited deep under the sea by water containing a lot of sand. This sand will gradually turn it into stone. This is because they are rich in calcium from the sand, which slowly grinds the stones into a powder. Eventually, this material will settle out, forming quartzite.

However, because the Indian Ocean is separated from the African continent by a huge ocean, scientists have been unable to find the sand on the seafloor. This gives scientists an excellent opportunity to study where the stones came from and why the sand forms on the seafloor.

So, they thought of using the sand under the seabed to make sand. Scientists conducted tests in the eastern Indian Ocean and succeeded in getting a small amount of sand. But the sand cannot get into the sand below the seabed.

Value of taj mahal quartzite

Taj mahal quartzite is a famous attraction in Indonesia and the largest quartzite in the world. There are magnificent forests and stunning sea views. The value of taj mahal quartzite lies in its beautiful appearance and unique location. The Taj Mahal is located in the Maluku Islands, about 50 kilometers southeast of Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, where the ancient Indonesian tribes lived. On December 2, 1876, the British and French forces invaded Indonesia and established a military stronghold on the island. On August 26, 1877, invaders from Britain, the Netherlands and other countries occupied the island and designated it as an international port city, and based on this, they began to colonize Indonesia, which did not end until Indonesia declared independence in 1910. . During World War II, it became a U.S. Navy base. On March 9, 1945, when the Japanese army surrendered, the US military landed here. Subsequently, the city was bombed by the Japanese. [1] Geographical location taj mahal quartzite is a famous scenic spot in Indonesia and the largest quartzite in the world. There are magnificent forests and stunning sea views. The Taj Mahal is located about 50 kilometers southeast of Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. It was built by Hindus and Muslims in the 4th century BC on the southern coast of ancient India. It is one of the oldest buildings in the world and is considered an ancient One of the symbols of India.

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