What are some types of intrusive igneous rocks?

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May 8, 2018

Answer:

Intrusive igneous rocks include granite, diorite, and pegmatite.

Explanation:

Intrusive igneous rocks include granite, diorite, and pegmatite. Intrusive igneous rocks crystallize below the earth's surface. They can be contrasted with extrusive igneous rocks which crystallize after the igneous material has erupted onto the surface.

Granite:
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Diorite:
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Pegmatite:
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