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== General Knowledge ==
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== General Knowledge of Marbles and Granites ==
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*'''Rock''' is defined as a solid mass consisting of the same mineral or various minerals formed together naturally
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*'''Marble''' is a limestone rock which has undergone natural geological processes. The result is a crystalline solid consisting of different minerals or different materials in patterns. Marbles are used as construction materials and ornamental materials (eg. flooring, walls, staircases, tables, and sculptures).
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*'''Granite''' is defined as a nonporous intrusive igneous rock containing feldspar and quartz. The hard and durable solid has high density. It is non-ductile and non-absorbent. The patterns differ according to location and minerals present in the proximity.
  
 
== Product Categories and Properties ==
 
== Product Categories and Properties ==

Revision as of 09:19, 31 August 2015

General Knowledge of Marbles and Granites

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หินแกรนิตก้อน
  • Rock is defined as a solid mass consisting of the same mineral or various minerals formed together naturally
  • Marble is a limestone rock which has undergone natural geological processes. The result is a crystalline solid consisting of different minerals or different materials in patterns. Marbles are used as construction materials and ornamental materials (eg. flooring, walls, staircases, tables, and sculptures).
  • Granite is defined as a nonporous intrusive igneous rock containing feldspar and quartz. The hard and durable solid has high density. It is non-ductile and non-absorbent. The patterns differ according to location and minerals present in the proximity.

Product Categories and Properties

Product Categories

Product Properties

List of Properties Used in Excise Tax Calculation

List of Properties for Data Analysis Purpose

Excise Tax Rate

References