It hardens into volcanic rock. The kind of rock depends on the
kind of lava.
Yes. Lava cools and hardens into rock.
Actually, it does not. It is soft.
Lava hardens into extrusive igneous rock.
Both pillow lava and pahoehoe lava have about the same composition and harden into a kind of rock called basalt.
It is called Lava
Igneous rocks form from the hardening of magma and lava.
It harden really quickly or instantly, and is called a pillow lava. :D
volcanoes will erupt and let out lava then the lava will harden and that will be new land.
Lava cools slowly because lava is a poor conductor of heat. Lava flows slow down and thicken as they harden.
Because it cools down and changes its state of mater.
NOTHING IT JUST DOES BECAUSE OF THE HEATNESS AND THE COLDNESS
lava helps harden with stone and minerals grow it
It hardens and turns it to rock.
Lava and magma are not rocks because they are liquids and cant harden because they are to hot to harden and cant cool themselves down long enough to form a hard structure. Magma and lava is rock - it's just been superheated by the Earth's core.
It becomes igneous rocks>