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What is the only kind of rock that can form directly from magma?
March 09, 2008 5:09PM
The only rock that can form from magma directly is Igneous rock. Since the Igneous rock is the only rock which is formed from magma by cooling and hardening. Molten rock is magma on Earth's surface. Therefore, the only rock that forms directly from magma is igneous rock.