carbonaceous rock

carbonaceous rock

[kär·bə′nā·shəs ′räk]
(petrology)
Rock with carbonaceous material included.
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In Talundilly_CSG1, 833 feet of core were cut, out of which 51 feet of coal and carbonaceous rock were canistered for gas desorption in 21 samples.
In Albilbah_CSG1, 472 feet of core were cut, out of which 35 feet of gaseous coal and carbonaceous rock were sealed in 20 canisters for desorption measurement.
5) 2-3 cm darker brownish and slightly carbonaceous rock, with abundant brachiopod shells and fragments in the upper part.
Roughly two-thirds of Cuba's territory is karstic, with an abundance of limestone, marlstone, marble and other carbonaceous rocks.
Finer material is also derived from the downfall of finely laminated clayey carbonaceous rocks.
The Island Pond property is regionally shown to be underlain by sedimentary rocks, which include calcareous and carbonaceous rocks typically favourable for Carlin-type deposits.
If chlorine is present it needs to be converted to a chloride salt and not hydrogen chloride unless wet carbonaceous rocks are involved.
Usually the content of crystalline rocks in the gravel-pebble fraction of glaciofluvial deposits is 10-15% higher than in tills, whereas the content of carbonaceous rocks in them is correspondingly lower (Raukas 1978).
Gold mineralization in drillholes is associated with heavy quartz-carbonate plus sulphide alteration on carbonaceous rocks and igneous breccias of unknown origin.