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Geoscience Economy Igneous Rock Collection, Set of 6

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The Geoscience Economy Igneous Rock Collection is an economy collection of 6 commonly known igneous rocks. Igneous rocks are formed by the cooling of molten rock, either magma or lava. Each generous specimen is between 1-1/4 to 1-1/2 inches and the whole set is packaged in a resealable zip lock bag with a label.
  • Sold as a Set of 6
  • Set of six igneous rock specimens for studying rock and mineral properties in classroom demonstrations and experiments
  • Igneous rocks form from molten rock that cools and solidifies either above or below the surface of the earth
  • Includes the following specimens of granite, gabbro, basalt, rhyolite, obsidian, and scoria
  • Packed in a resealable bag that is labeled with the name and description of each rock