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Granite is an intrusive igneous rock composed mainly of the minerals feldspar, quartz, and mica.

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What is crystal granite?

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Granite is a that contains the mineral quartz.?

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Is granite a mineral a rock a gem or an ore?

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Granite meets the definition of an igneous rock in that its mineral constituents have crystallized from the cooling of molten material (magma).


Is granite the same mineral as quartz?

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Is quartz related to granite?

It is related in that quartz is a common rock forming mineral, and appears in granite along with many other forms of rock.


Is gray granite a mineral or rock?

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Which rock has a darker color basalt or granite?

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How much hornblende is in granite?

Hornblende is only an accessory mineral in granite, so its less than 5% of the total rock.


This rock has large interlocking mineral crystals?

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Is feldspar a rock or mineral?

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