micaceous


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micaceous

[mī′kā·shəs]
(geology)
Pertaining to or resembling mica.
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The results indicate that release of non-exchangeable K from micaceous minerals was considerable in the studied soils, and this K pool can act as a source for supplying K to plants.
Pseudoepitheliomatous, keratotic, and micaceous balanitis.
The Downey consists of green to grey micaceous quartzite, grit, and phyllite, and minor mafic volcanic rocks and limestone.
The sandstone ranges from quartz arenite to micaceous arenite in composition.
2]O and extenders 1D B: Long linseed-oil alkyd 1 x 30 P: Micaceous iron oxide (MIO), F[e.
3) Pottery fragments identified in the A and AB horizons, are K-rich due to their manufacture from micaceous sediments obtained from the floodplain.
The clay section appears massive upon initial examination, but when dried, laminations and thin silty, micaceous partings are obvious.
New products from Quinto Technology of Canada are Quintez NP-1 and Quintez NPC-1 (dehydrated), ultra-fine micaceous minerals for reinforcing PP, HDPE, PA, and so on.
Current drilled reserves exceed one million tons of micaceous ore.
There are pots of simple design sparkling from the micaceous clay used, pots painted with intricate design, carved in intricate spirals and ancient designs.
These precast concrete elements (two to a vault), have been made with a pale mix incorporating micaceous sand to improve light-reflective properties.
These coating systems contain micaceous iron oxide (MIO) and are known for their adhesion to steel and good abrasion resistance.