What kind of rocks are igneous rocks?
Igneous rocks are those that have solidified from molten rock, such as pumice, granite, basalt, obsidian, rhyolite.
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As soon as magma or lava hardens, it would be classified as an igneous rock.
Examples of igneous rock are pumice, basalt, rhyolite, and granite.
There are two classifications of igneous rocks: extrusive, those formed on the surface, and intrusive, those formed underground. The most common igneous rock is basalt, follow…ed by granite. Types of variations of these two alone are very high in number.
Four examples of igneous rocks are pumice, granite, basalt, and obsidian.
Intrusive Extrusive Plutonic Hypabyssal.
Extrusive-formed on surface Intrusive-formed underground
Volcanic rocks are extrusive igneous rocks.
I believe that igneous rocks are made up of igneous rocks.
Obsidian is an extrusive felsic volcanic glass.
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Igneous Rock consists of three elements:- . Liquid Portion . Solids if any are silicate minerals . Volatile
Any rock that erupted on (lava) or within the Earth or crystallizedfrom molten rock (magma). Such rock would fall into two categories:Intrusive (crystallized within the Earth)…, granite, gabbro,diorite, pegmatite, peridotite and extrusive (erupted andcrystallized on the surface) rhyolite, andesite, obsidian, basalt,tuff and pumice.