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What is the difference between igneous rocks and sedimentary rocks

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What is the difference between igneous rocks and sedimentary rocks


What is the difference between igneous rocks and sedimentary rocks

Igneous rocks are rocks initial crystalline, which formed as a result hardening magma or Almajma in the ground, such as granite or hardening lava on Earth such as rock Basalt @ and either sedimentary @ rocks are rocks secondary formed as a result fragmentation and decomposition of preconfigured rocks due to exposure to factors natural Almkanique and chemical and spoke of the crust traumatic then transfer the outputs of fragmentation and decomposition Ba wind or the airport or floods then deposited mechanically or chemically or under the influence of the organic activity of the living in normal conditions in terms of pressure and temperature


The differnece in mode of formation 
And sedimentary rocks are stratified with fauna and have porosity and permeability 
Igneous rocks are massive

Ignoas rock is massive but sedimentry is layering . This a simple differance but also there is many differances but thisis the simplest


Igneous rock means be the result of rashes volcanic sedimentary rock .. .. rock formation a result of deposition of Fire or unstable as a result of erosion of Fire rock .... Bacon superficial or underground 

The rock of Fire is the root of all the rocks consist of the emergence of the ground Bacon him volcanic or superficial and underground ..tan weathering and erosion takes place erosion of the rock of Fire surface and due to transportation factors mobility crumbs to settling ponds low, and under the influence of pressure and the presence of carnivorous Petkon sedimentary rock materials



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