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Basaltic-andesite

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Andesitic rocks with <52-57% SiO2, (Na2O+K2O)<~5%


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Classification of Basaltic-andesiteHide

Basaltic-andesite appears in field 9 and 10 in the QAPF diagram.

Basaltic-andesite is found in fields O1 and O2 in the TAS diagram [glossary item missing].

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