quartzitic sandstone[kwȯrt′sid·ik ′san‚stōn]
Sandstone consisting of 100% quartz grains cemented with silica.
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A type of sandstone in which most of the grains are quartz and the cementing material is silica; intermediate between normal sandstone and quartzite.
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