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Lutite is any sedimentary clastic rock with clay or silt grain size less than 1/16 mm (0.06 mm or 0.00256 in). The term is used in the classification of clastic carbonatic limestones, as the granulometrically equivalent term siltstone or claystone is not appropriate for limestone. This term is obsolete, most carbonate petrologists use the Dunham classification -- mudrock or the Folk classification -- micrite. More information...
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