Igneous

Igneous rocks are formed either deep underground within the earth, when magma becomes trapped in small pockets and slowly cools down to a solid form, Or above ground after volcano eruptions when lava cools down and becomes a solid form. Common types include Granite, Basalt, Gabbro, Pumice and Rhyolite

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  • Basalt Dark Blue/Grey – Tertiary Basalt, Skye (rock sample)

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  • Granite Biotite, Scotand (rock sample)

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  • Granite Pegmatite, Southern Norway (rock sample)

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  • Granite Pink Feldspar, Shap Quarry, Cumbria, UK (rock sample)

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  • Graphic Granite, Norway (Rock Sample)

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  • Obsidian, Turkey (rock sample)

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  • Rhyolite, Felsite – Pink, Scotland (rock sample)

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  • Rhyolite, Flow Banded Porphyritic, Scotland (rock sample)

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  • Tephrite, Skye, UK (rock sample)

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