"Wet" igneous rock melts at a lower temperature than the "dry" version of that same rock because A. "dry" igneous rock is made of more felsic minerals. B. "wet" igneous

rock forms at greater depths in the Earth. C. the addition of volatiles in "wet" rocks lowers its melting temperature. D. it occurs on the seafloor, where temperatures are already low.

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