Yes. Rhyolite is the volcanic equivalent of granite.
Rhyolite is a volcanic rock, with a great percentage of silicon dioxide; the aspect is different, depending on the composition.
Rhyolite originates from acidic magmas. It is an extrusive (volcanic) rock. Common environments rhylolite can occur are; hot spots, continental rifts, and subduction zones.
They are similar in composition
Some colors are light gray, pinkish, redish. Glad to help.
polymineralic igneous rock!
Rhyolite is an igneous, black volcanic rock.
Yes. Rhyolite and granite have the same composition. Rhyolite is the volcanic equivalent of granite.
Rhyolite is a felsic volcanic rock.
No, rhyolite is a silica-rich volcanic or igneous rock.
It is a volcanic rock.
Volcanic rocks are extrusive igneous rocks.
during a violent volcanic interuption