Monzonite is a plutonic igneous rock consisting of roughly equal amounts of plagioclase and orthoclase feldspars.

Monzonite is similar to a syenite but with less orthoclase or potassium feldspar. With more calcic plagioclase and mafic minerals it would be a diorite.

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