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Denoting igneous rock in which the inter-stices between the feldspar crystals are filled with discrete crystals or grains of pyroxene.
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Mineral mixture AIN 76 [a] A B C Calcium phosphate dibasic 500 Sodium phosphate dibasic 225 Sodium phosphate monobasic 29 225 Calcium chloride 235 31 240 Sodium chloride 74 164 81 Diatomaceous earth 351 587 265 Other mineral components 426 189 [b] 189 [b] 189 [b] Mineral mixture D Calcium phosphate dibasic Sodium phosphate dibasic Sodium phosphate monobasic 338 Calcium chloride 360 Sodium chloride 33 Diatomaceous earth 80 Other mineral components 189 [b] (a)Mineral mixture AIN 76 composition (g/kg): calcium phosphate diabasic
Several such parallel ridges of quartzite occur, with intervening valleys almost completely occupied by extensive intrusions of diabasic
These results from fifteen composite channel sample lines spaced approximately 10m apart, across the dyke tested a 190m strike length of the 210m long surface exposure of the north-northwest striking, steeply east dipping diabasic
15 Mg Plus Fefumonate 25 Mg Plus Mag Suplh 1 Mg Plus Diabasic
Cal Phos 75 Mg Plus Phosphorus 58 Mg Plus Copper Sulph 1 Mg Plus Chromium Piconilates 25 Mcg In Strip Blister Pack Only
The Feijao River flows from NE-SW and ENE-WSW first over sandstones of the Botucatu formation and later (downstream) over diabasic
terrain from basaltic origin between Botucatu geological formation.