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bleb

[bleb]
(materials)
A small bubble in a material that has solidified, such as glass.
(petrology)
A small, usually spherical inclusion in a rock mass.
(medicine)
A localized collection of fluid, as serum or blood, in the epidermis.

bleb

A blister or small bubble in a fluid or in a material (such as glass) that has solidified.
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Approximately 183 metres of disseminated, blebby, pyrrhotite and localized blebby chalcopyrite are reported, averaging approximately 3% total sulphide.
Disseminated and blebby chalcopyrite (up to 2% in places) commonly occurs throughout the quartz diorite phase.
The Lens A boreholes intersected blebby to massive pyrrhotite and pentlandite mineralization at the base of the Sudbury Igneous Complex.
Mineralization in the second zone appears to be slightly higher in the sequence and is comprised of blebby chalcopyrite and layered chacopyrite-pyrrhotite with minor pentlandite.
A second area characterized by blebby sulphides (mainly chalcopyrite) has also been discovered.