migmatite

A rock that incorporates both metamorphic and igneous materials.
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Migmatite

Migmatite is a rock that is a mixture of metamorphic rock and igneous rock. It is created when a metamorphic rock such as gneiss partially melts, and then that melt recrystallizes into an igneous rock, creating a mixture of the unmelted metamorphic part with the recrystallized igneous part. They can also be known as diatexite. Migmatites form unde...
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migmatite

A composite rock composed of igneous and metamorphic materials, the result of partial melting at the upper limit of metamorphism.
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Migmatite

A mixture of igneous and metamorphic rocks in which thin dikes and stringers of granitic material interfinger with metamorphic rocks.
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migmatite

A rock with both igneous and metamorphic characteristics that shows large crystals and laminar flow structures. Probably formed metamorphically in the presence of water and without melting.
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Migmatite

A rock with both igneous and metamorphic characteristics that shows large crystals and laminar flow
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migmatite

in geology, rock composed of a metamorphic (altered) host material that is streaked or veined with granite rock; the name means `mixed rock.` Such ... [1 related articles]
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migmatite

macroscopically composite rock typically made up of a dark-colored amphibolite or biotite gneiss intimately mixed with a light-colored rock of granite to granodioritic composition.
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Migmatite

Migmatite is a regional metamorphic rock composed of two pre-existent formations that have combined but may remain distinguishable. A medium to coarse-grained rock, migmatite forms in distinct bands of different colours - mainly green or blacks.
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Migmatite

Rock consisting of thin, alternating layers of granite and schist.
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