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Pegmatite The term 'Pegmatite' as it applies to the area of volcanos can be defined as ' An igneous rock with very large (usually > one inch), well-formed crystals. A granitic pegmatite has the mineralogy of a granite and abnormally large grains, whereas a gabbroic pegmatite has the mineralogy of a gabbro and very large grains. An intrusive igneous rock'.
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