Rock (geology) - Wikipedia
Rocks are composed primarily of grains of minerals, which are crystalline solids formed from atoms chemical bonded into an orderly structure. Some rocks also contain mineraloids, which are rigid, mineral-like substances, such as volcanic glass, that lacks crystalline structure. The types and abundance of minerals in a rock are determined by the manner in which it was formed.
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