Peridotite from Ardnamurchan, Scotland rock thin section Cufflinks (CL42)
A thin rock section of Peridotite was viewed by polarised light microscopy. Peridotite is an igneous rock. From the Ardnamurchan volcano, now eroded down almost to the magma chamber, from where this sample would have originally come. Contains olivine, pyroxene and some feldspar.
60 Million years old. (the most recent volcano in UK)
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