Discussion :: Building Materials - Section 2 (Q.No.23)
Pick up the plutonic rock from the following:
Answer: Option A
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|Karan Vachheta said: (Dec 22, 2013)|
|Plutonic rocks are those rocks which form due to late crystallisation of magma as magma cools inside the earth's surface. Due to this the mineral crystals found in magma get enough time for crystallisation. These rocks contain big grains of their minerals. Granite is also a plutonic rock containing quartz, mica, feldspar which are clearly visible.|
|Ravi Mehta said: (Feb 1, 2015)|
|In geology, a pluton is a body of intrusive igneous rock (called a plutonic rock) that is crystallized from magma slowly cooling below the surface of the Earth. Plutons include batholiths, stocks, dikes, sills, laccoliths, lopoliths, and other igneous bodies.|
|Amit Ami Sharma said: (Aug 28, 2016)|
|Granite plutonuc (deep).
Dolerite hypabyssal rock (moderate).
Basalt volcanic (top surface).
|Ravi Raj Anand said: (Mar 22, 2017)|
|Thanks to all for the given explanation.|
|Rabina said: (Jan 21, 2018)|
|Thank you @Amit Ami Sharma.|
|Chhote Lal Meena said: (Apr 11, 2018)|
|Plutonic rock is making on earth surface & volcanic rock making in under the earth surface.|
|Santosh Kumar said: (Jan 23, 2019)|
|Eg of plutonic rock basalt & Granite.|
|Er Asad Khan said: (Sep 3, 2019)|
|I think the correct answer is plutonic (extrusive) basalt.
Granite is the example of volcanic (intrusive).
|Suman Mondal said: (Aug 2, 2020)|
|Plutonic = Granite.
Volcanic = Basalt.
Hypadyssal = Dolorite.
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