Diorite By johnny p

Diorite is a igneous rock.it usually comes in large quantities.

It's a combanation of granite and basalt.

Diorite is usually gray to dark-gray in color.

It's chalky and soft.

Dull is for the luster normally when you find it.

It's a structural stone,it's also polished to be used for architectural stone.

Diorite is found in Italy Germany Finland Romainia Turky and sweden. It's also rare but not cbZMhbmnCBxmcnbas rare as others.

Fun facts.

Diorite has a low level of calcium and a low level of sodium.

When it's polished it's black.

It sometimes has other colors like yellow.

Diorite and andesite are similar rocks. they have the same mineral composition and occur in the same spot

By: johnny p

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Created with images by James St. John - "Orbicular monzodiorite (knoll just south of Rt. 64 & NNW of Plantation Lake, west of the Yadkin River, eastern Davie County, northwest-central North Carolina, USA) 1" • James St. John - "Diorite (Salem Gabbro-Diorite, Middle Ordovician, 460 Ma; Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA)" • James St. John - "Diorite (Salem Gabbro-Diorite, Middle Ordovician, 460 Ma; Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA)"

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