1101 LM 6 Rock Cycle and Igneous Rocks (Su2016)

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1101 Learning Module 6 - Rock Cycle and Igneous Rocks Directions : Listed below are this weeks' questions to answer.. 1. Igneous Rock Identification Identify all of the igneous rocks given EXCEPT number 3…Hint: 8 may be tricky. Fill in your Igneous Rock Identification Table in your lab manual, when finished, scan and turn in the table. If you prefer you can generate an electronic table and submit. Completing the chart: In column 2 (Mineral/Igneous Rock and Class) these are all igneous rocks so please state if the rock is Intrusive or Extrusive or if you prefer volcanic or plutonic. You do NOT find this is the rock identification website. Look at your lab manual if you are having problems. Remember Intrusive has to be Phaneritic….everything else is Extrusive. In column 4 (Name Visible minerals or Color) please state the
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  • Fall '08
  • Petrology, Igneous rocks, Igneous Rock Identification, Granite

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