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What is a Lava?

The molten rocks (magma) are ejected as a result of volcanism. When the magma is extruded through the vent of the volcano, it is scattered all around the crater (mouth of the volcano). The magma after extrusion is known as ”Lava”.   Composition of Lava:  Lava is made up of crystals, volcanic glass, and bubbles …

What is a magma

The molten rocks present in the interior of the earth’s mantle is known as magma. The interior temperature of the earth is very high, which melts the rocks present in the mantle. The molten rocks when extrude through the vent of the volcano are known as lava. In other words lava before ejection is known …