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What rock forms from molten rock?
on the surface
It makes a type of rock called igneous rock such as granite
Igneous Rock . molten rock igneous rock is when it cools.
Igneous rocks are formed from the solidification of molten material.
rock is melted to form molten rock, then as the lava hardens, it forms any type of igneous rock
Yes, Igneous rocks are formed from molten rocks such as lava and magma (igneous means from fire). Sedimentary rocks are formed from sediments which have been depositied at the… bottoms of seas and oceans and then subjected to pressure. Metamorphic rocks are Sedimentary rocks which have later been subjected to heat and pressure which has caused their structure to change (morphic means change).
igneous volcanic rock
Molten rock is formed from the volcano. It comes out as lava and when it hits the earth's surface it becomes molten and dries up and becomes rock.
Igneous rock is formed when magma cools and becomes solid.
Answer That is correct.
When molten magma cools and crystallizes, it becomes a hard rock called igneous rock. Different magmas have different compositions and so produce different igneous rocks. If …the magma cools beneath the earth's surface, it cools slowly. Rocks formed like this are called intrusive rocks, and have large crystals, e.g. granite, gabbro, dolerite. If magma comes to the surface (in a volcanic eruption) it cools rapidly. Rocks formed like this are called extrusive rocks, and they have small crystals, e.g. basalt, obsidian, pumice. Igneous rocks have interlocking mineral crystals. The crystals are arranged randomly throughout the rock. Igneous rocks are mostly non-porous.