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Trachyte Porphyry

Trachyte Porphyry

An igneous rock, trachyte primarily consists of alkali feldspars, but also contains plagioclase as well as minor amounts of other minerals, such as olivine, biotite, and pyroxene. It is commonly considered to form via the crystallization and extraction of magnesium, iron, and calcium from a basaltic magma.

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