dolomitic limestone

dolomitic limestone

[¦dō·lə¦mid·ik ′līm‚stōn]
(petrology)
A limestone whose carbonate fraction contains more than 50% dolomite. Also known as dolomite rock; dolostone.
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dolomitic limestone

Limestone that contains more than 10% but less than 80% of the mineral dolomite.
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The use of dolomitic limestone, regardless of the cementing material, provided the largest increase (38 to 39 times), while the other fillers (manioc starch and inert talc), associated with different cements, had smaller increases (19 to 22 times).
This mix has no nutrients, so stir in a starter feed of one-half cup of dolomitic limestone and some fertilizer whose nutrient ratio is about 5-10-5.
The soaps tone deposits are extracted from dolomitic limestone. The Sherwan area is bounded by the Punjal thrust in the East and Manshera thrust in the west.
This project features a 500-tph conveying system that allows PSC to directly load high-quality, dolomitic limestone into rail cars without requiring additional material handling, manpower and equipment.
According to the neutron-density crossplot, the Qamchuqa Formation in well Shaikhan-8 composed mainly of dolomite with some dolomitic limestone and the porosity ranges between 7-15%.
The fractures and the dissolution pores associated with the fracture are the main existing forms of solid bitumen in the limestone reservoirs, whereas the recrystallized pores are the main storage space for the solid bitumen in the dolomitic limestone.
The total succession of the OS unit, rarely up to 112 m thick, is divided into eight OS layers (from bottom to top, indexed as A, B1, B2, C, D, E1, E2, E3), including three diagenetic dolomitic limestone interlayers in between (A/B, B/C and D/E).
In all soil samples Mg found higher which may be attributed the occurrence of soil minerals, particularly dolomitic limestone. The idea get supports from the very high correlation matrix (0.92) among Mg and HCO3 ions in the groundwater and negative with pH (Table 2).
The lithological variations in the Nammal Formation divided it into four well defined unitsas follows; i) Alternate marl and limestone ii) Well-bedded limestone with chert nodules iii) Limestone interbedded with shale iv) Dolomitic limestone.
Initially, each cone-tainer was filled with potting soil (reed sedge peat, horticultural perlite, ground dolomitic limestone, and slow release fertilizer 0.10-0.08-0.06, Stan Green All Purpose Potting Mix, Jungle Growth, LLC.) in which a single citrus seedling was planted.