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IGNEOUS ROCK: Common Component Minerals- Silicates<br />
Igneous Rocks Make Up 95% of the Earth's Crust<br />
Formed when molten rock (magma) cools and solidifies. Clockwise from left: Pyroxene (Acmite), Muscovite mica, Amphibole (Hornblende), Olivine, Plagioclase (Albite)

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IGNEOUS ROCK: Common Component Minerals- Silicates
Igneous Rocks Make Up 95% of the Earth's Crust
Formed when molten rock (magma) cools and solidifies. Clockwise from left: Pyroxene (Acmite), Muscovite mica, Amphibole (Hornblende), Olivine, Plagioclase (Albite)

Copyright:© 1989 Paul Silverman - Fundamental Photographs

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