[ dˈasa͡ɪt], [ dˈasaɪt], [ d_ˈa_s_aɪ_t]
Related words: dacite in geology, dacite in metamorphic rocks, dacite in the earth's crust, dacite in the continental crust, dacite in the continental lithosphere, dacite in igneous rocks, dacite in igneous rock classification, dacite in igneous rock
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How to use "Dacite" in context?
Most people are familiar with the mineral quartz, but what about dacite? Dacite is a variety of rock made up of quartz, feldspar, and other minerals. It's normally light in color and fairly soft, making it an ideal rock for construction purposes. It occurs as vein and crystal deposits and is often associated with magma.
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