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an intrusive igneous rock which is crushed into sand

an intrusive igneous rock which is crushed into sand

Intrusive igneous rocks are formed when the magma cools off slowly under the earth’s crust and hardens into rocks Gabbro and granite are examples of intrusive igneous rocks Rapid cooling results in smaller crystals while slow cooling results in large crystals Intrusive rocks are very hard in nature and are often coarsegrained

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