bleb

(redirected from blebby)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical.

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.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The presence and increase of silicification and albite alteration, in association with the increase in blebby sulphides, is extremely encouraging as this style of alteration is very important throughout the Goldfields region as it normally indicates a more highly prospective part of a mineralised gold system.
Strengite forms a vitreous coating on green frondelite, and also white blebby crystals in vugs in the frondelite.
Mineralization at the Page Block consists of disseminated, blebby and locally net textured sulphides (pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite +/- pyrite) along the base of the Bird River Sill and underlying mafic volcanics.
Blebby and cloud sulphides were found throughout the ultramafics.