Pegmatite By connelly s

Pegmatite is a igneous rock.It sometimes has minerals that are rare to find.

Pegmatite

Pegmatite is hard but it is not as hard as other rocks.

The luster is dull because it looks quite dull.

The Rock has several colors the colors are gray,white,and purple.

Pegmatite is not really used for anything but however it's deposits contain gemstones.

The rock is found in most parts of the world.They are mostly by old rocks

Fun facts:it is fond in most parts of the world,it has a cool color,it deposits contain gemstones,and it has rare minerals.

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Created with images by James St. John - "Pegmatitic granite (Tamminen Pegmatite, Oxford Pegmatite Field, Devonian to Permian; Tamminen Quarry, 2.5 miles SSE of Greenwood, southern Oxford County, southwestern Maine, USA)" • James St. John - "Lithia pegmatite with rubellite tourmaline in lepidolite mica matrix (Pala Pegmatite, Early Cretaceous, 104-105 Ma; Stewart Mine, southern California, USA) 1" • James St. John - "Pegmatitic granite (alaskite) (Mt. Morrison Granite, late Paleoproterozoic, 1.7 Ga; Carpenters Peak, Roxborough State Park, Front Range, Colorado, USA) 1" • James St. John - "Fluorite-calcite rock (probably early Neoproterozoic, 929 Ma; Richardson-Fission Mine, just southeast of Radium Lake, Haliburton County, southeastern Ontario, Canada)" • James St. John - "Rhodochrosite (Oligocene, 27.6 to 30.6 Ma; Sweet Home Mine, Mosquito Range, Colorado, USA) 1" • James St. John - "Lithia pegmatite with rubellite tourmaline in lepidolite mica matrix (Pala Pegmatite, Early Cretaceous, 104-105 Ma; Stewart Mine, southern California, USA) 3" • James St. John - "Fluorite-calcite-fluorapatite-amphibole rock (probably early Neoproterozoic, 929 Ma; Richardson-Fission Mine, just southeast of Radium Lake, Haliburton County, southeastern Ontario, Canada)" • James St. John - "Beryl (from a pegmatite in the Sao Francisco Craton; Minas Gerais State, Brazil)" • James St. John - "Pegmatitic granite (alaskite) 1" • James St. John - "Pegmatitic granite (alaskite) 2" • James St. John - "Pegmatitic granite (alaskite) (Mt. Evans Batholith, Mesoproterozoic, 1.44 Ga; near summit of Mt. Evans, central Colorado, USA)" • James St. John - "Bismuthinite & molybdenite in pegmatitic granite (Preissac-Lacorne Batholith, Neoarchean, 2.630-2.675 Ga; Moly Hill, Quebec, Canada) 2" • James St. John - "Pegmatitic granite (alaskite) (Mt. Morrison Granite, late Paleoproterozoic, 1.7 Ga; Carpenters Peak, Roxborough State Park, Front Range, Colorado, USA) 2"

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