Uses of Igneous Rocks?

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Igneous rocks are one of the three main rock types among the being sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. These rocks are grouped into three categories, namely: intrusive igneous rocks, extrusive igneous rocks and hypabyssal igneous rocks. Some common igneous rocks are granite, gabbro, basalt and rhyolite.
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1. Confirm that you are looking at an igneous rock. Sedimentary rocks have layers. Metamorphic rocks have well-organized crystals or crystals of equal size. Igneous rocks can have
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Some igneous rocks can be shiny and smooth or glassy . (etc.
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Start as magma when ejected from the earth's crust.
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Most igneous rocks have a relatively homogenous mix of minerals which are interlocked.
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Igneous rocks form when molten lava (magma) cools and turns to solid rock.
Examples include granite, pegmatite, and pumice.
Igneous rocks are mostly used to make useful road building materials. They are also used as facing stones and decorative material, such as that used for tabletops, cutting boards, and carved figures. This is because they are very hard and durable.
Igneous rocks are one of the three major types of rocks and are formed from the solidification of magma. They are formed underground or above ground. Granite, scoria, pumice, basalt, dunite and obsidian are some examples of igneous rocks.
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Some examples of igneous rocks include andesite, obsidian, rhyolite and pumice. These rocks may have different appearances although they are all igneous rocks ...
Igneous rocks are also known as fire rocks. They are formed either underground or above ground. Underground igneous rock is formed when magma, deep within the ...
A list of intrusive igneous rocks would include dorite, granite, gabbro, and pegmatite. Intrusive igneous rocks are those that solidify below the Earth's surface ...
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