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  • Douglas M. Considine
  • Glenn D. Considine

Abstract

The name of a somewhat variable group of extrusive igneous rocks similar to the rhyolites but richer in plagioclase feldspar. Typical dacites are felsitic to porphyritic in texture. Dacites are the extrusive equivalents of the quartz-rich varieties of diorites and are sometimes classified as quartz-bearing andesites. The porphyritic types usually occur toward the center of the thicker dacite flows, dikes and sills, as well as the marginal zones of laccoliths. Dacites are common in the Cordilleran province of North, Central and South America. The term, dacite, was proposed by G. Stache of Austria for lavas in the old Roman province of Dacia.

Keywords

Beta Cell Diesel Engine Diamond Anvil Cell Dead Reckoning Reactive Distillation 
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