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Claystone is an unremarkable sedimentary stone. Similar to clay, it will not sustain an aquifer. Unlike clay, claystone cannot be used for ceramics.
In real life
Claystone is composed primarily of clay-sized particles. It is not to be confused with shale, which splits into thin layers, and is distinct from mudstone in that it is fully hardened.
[INORGANIC:CLAYSTONE] [USE_MATERIAL_TEMPLATE:STONE_TEMPLATE] [STATE_NAME_ADJ:ALL_SOLID:claystone][DISPLAY_COLOR:0:7:1][TILE:','] [SEDIMENTARY] [IS_STONE] [SOLID_DENSITY:2700] [STATE_COLOR:ALL_SOLID:CHOCOLATE]
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