The type of rock that can be foliated and/or
non-foliated is the Igneous rock.
Igneous rock is classified as extrusive or intrusive.
Neither, Igneous rock is either intrusive or extrusive. Thats what intrusive and extrusive is... A igneous rock.
Dacite is an extrusive rock. Its intrusive equivalent is granodiorite.
Volcanic rock is extrusive igneous rock. Plutonic rock is intrusive igneous rock.
It is neither. Intrusive and extrusive are terms used to describe igneous rock.
Because quartz is actually a mineral, it is not an intrusive rock or an extrusive rock.
Igneous rocks can be intrusive or extrusive. "Intrusive rock" and "extrusive rock" are two distinct categories of igneous rock.
Volcanic rock is extrusive.
Extrusive- out of valcanoes Intrusive- In valcanoes
Intrusive: An intrusive igneous rock is formed from magma underground Extrusive: An extrusive igneous rock is formed from lava outside of the volcano.
Extrusive and intrusive are terms that apply to a type or formative method of igneous rock. Magnetite is not igneous, nor is it a rock. Magnetite is a mineral, formed by the processes of crystallization.
Diorite is an intrusive igneous rock. Its extrusive equivalent is andesite.
Gabbro is an intrusive igneous rock.
i think it is extrusive.
Two types: Extrusive igneous rock and Intrusive igneous rock.
intrusive rocks are coarse grained and extrusive are fine grained
Peridot is olivine, which is a mineral, not a rock. It is found in both intrusive and extrusive rocks.
its considerd intrusive
Neither. Gneiss is a metamorphic rock, whereas "intrusive" and "extrusive" are sub-categories of igneous rocks.
Basaltic rock are true to be extrusive rock
Intrusive and extrusive are terms used to describe igneous rocks. Sandstone is a clastic sedimentary rock.
Scoria is an extrusive ingeous rock.
Rhyolite is extrusive.
Diorite is an intrusive igneous rock.
On type of extrusive igneous rock is granite and feldspar
Andesite is considered an extrusive igneous rock.
Scoria is an extrusive igneous rock with a vesicular texture.
The most common intrusive rock is granite, whereas the most common extrusive rock is basalt.
Neither. The terms extrusive and intrusive apply to igneous rocks. Chert is sedimentary.
Quartzite is not classified as intrusive or extrusive. It is a non-foliated metamorphic rock with a protolith of sandstone.
Neither. The terms intrusive and extrusive apply to igneous rocks; marble is metamorphic.
Neither. The terms intrusive and extrusive apply to igneous rocks. Marble is metamorphic.
Intrusive rock forms inside of a volcano. Extrusive forms when magma cools outside of a volcano.
1-the rock type 2-how much silicone it has in it 3-if its intrusive or extrusive
Igneous rocks can be categorized as either extrusive or intrusive.
Granite is an intrusive type of igneous rock Also since it is intrusive it cools very slowly and forms large crystals and coarse (large) grained igneous rock.
Peridotite is an intrusive ultramafic igneous rock.
There are two classifications of rock, intrusive and extrusive. Extrusive rock is formed when magma erupts from the earth's crust and solidified
Intrusive Igneous Rock , it is because gabbro has a very rough texture. Intrusive cools slowly and extrusive cools rapidly.
Extrusive. See igneous rocks are classified into extrusive and intrusive categories. So, an extrusive igneous rock, is in the extrusive category.
Extrusive igneous rock is found outside the Earth's crust. Intrusive, however, is found underneath the Earths crust
An intrusive igneous rock has larger crystals than an extrusive igneous rock. In an extrusive rock the crystals are usually so fined grained that they are not visible by the naked eye. However, the individual crystals in an intrusive igneous rock can be viewed with the naked eye.
Intrusive Igneous rock because it is made of granite and granite is intrusive igneous rock
intrusive: gabbro, granite, diorite extrusive: andesite, obsidian, rhyolite, basalt
by the size of the crystals, big crystals intrusive, small crystals extrusive
Neither. The terms extrusive and intrusive only apply to igneous rocks. Marble is metamorphic.
You can see all the crystals in an intrusive rock with the unaided eye. You can see some or no crystals in an extrusive rock with the unaided eye.
It can be either. The term felsic describes the composition of the rock, not where it forms. The general category for intrusive felsic rock is granite while extrusive felsic rock is rhyolite.
extrusive and intrusive
No, it is an extrusive igneous rock.