Tezontle (Spanish: tezontle) is a porous, highly oxidized, volcanic rock used extensively in construction in Mexico. It is usually reddish in color due to iron oxide. Tezontle is a well-cemented, agglomeritic and scoriaceous rock.
- "Tezontle" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2009-01-04.
- Segerstrom, K. (1962) Geology of South-central Hidalgo and Northeastern Mexico, USGS Bulletin 1104-C, page 124.
- "Tezontle aggregate substitute optimization in building blocks mixture". IEEE. 2007-09. Retrieved 2009-01-04. Check date values in:
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