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Plutonic igneous rock (or intrusive), formed by the cooling of magma at depth, and brought to the surface during volcanic eruptions, especially during pumice explosive eruptions.
Rock granulate, of clear color, with frequent minerals visible to the naked eye, mainly feldspars.

Curiosity: A volcanic rock with the same composition is trachyte.

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