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Monzonite is an intrusive igneous rock that received its name from Mount Monzoni in northeast Italy, which is the location where the substance was first described. Though not particularly rare, this type of rock usually occurs in small masses closely associated with other rocks, such as gabbros and pyroxenites.

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