How Are Granite and Rhyolite Different?

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There very much is a difference between Granite and Rhyolite. The difference between the two is Granite is an intrusive rock while Rhyolite is an extrusive rock.
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Granite is an intrusive rock while rhyolite is an extrusive rock. ** Intrusive rocks are rocks that are formed BELOW the earth's surface. Extrusive rocks are rocks that are formed
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They are both the same except rhyolite is a is an igneous,
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The main difference between granite and rhyolite is grain size. The size of interlocking crystals in granite is much larger than those in rhyolite. Rhyolite is often volcanic, while
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Sellers with limited knowledge of stones sometimes invent names of granite grades to promote their products. International standards of granite grades discourage unscrupulous sellers
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