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During volcanic eruption deposition of lava in anticlines and synclines of folded mountains accounts for formation of
During volcanic eruption deposition of lava in anticlines and synclines of folded mountains accounts for formation of phacolith. A phacolith is a pluton parallel to the bedding plane or foliation of folded country rock. More specifically, it is a typically lens-shaped pluton that occupies either the crest of an anticline or the trough of a syncline.
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