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micaceous

[mī′kā·shəs]
(geology)
Pertaining to or resembling mica.
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Arman, SY, Ramezanzadeh, B, Farghadani, S, Mehdipour, M, Rajabi, A, "Application of the Electrochemical Noise to Investigate the Corrosion Resistance of an Epoxy Zinc-Rich Coating Loaded with Lamellar Aluminum and Micaceous Iron Oxide Particles.
The centrae are embedded in a single block of fine-grained micaceous gray-green sandstone, are semi-articulated, and occur in two biometric sets: those over 60 mm diameter and those ranging between 45 and 54.
INTRODUCTION: Pseudoepitheliomatous, keratotic, and micaceous balanitis (PEKMB) is rare acquired penile non-venereal dermatoses involving the glans, occurs in older men who undergo circumcision later in their life.
The mineralogy of these rock types are primarily micaceous and chloritic minerals.
Examples include Mikasa's Hammersmith Gold and Hammersmith Platinum patterns; their hammered look another trend in the market; Nikko's lavish Fortune pattern and its animal print designs, whose price tags hover around $300 per place setting, part of an effort by the company's new management in Japan to promote the Nikko brand and its design capability; Wedgwood's Palladium dinnerware with rose-gold striping and a micaceous sheen; and the Golden Age of Lismore collection from Waterford, which includes Lismore Lace dinnerware and gold-dipped stemware that retails for $500 per pair.
Generally, the predominant source of K in soils is considered to comprise micaceous minerals (McLean and Watson 1985; Rahmatullah and Mengel 2000).
According to the company, the senior obligations are secured by a first priority lien on the stock of its subsidiaries and on liens covering substantially all of its assets, including the Summit silver-gold project, the Black Canyon mica project and the Planet micaceous iron oxide project.
The mineralisation is associated with quartz feldspar gneiss, amphibolite, garnet bearing amphibolite, and micaceous amphibolites.
This unity is composed essentially by fine-grained mud-sandstones, sometimes micaceous, with intercalations of some levels of marls, silts and clays, sometimes with abundant calcareous or limonitic nodules (Manuppella et al.
The latter lesion is still confused with nonneoplastic conditions because of the persistent use of such antiquated terms as giant condyloma of Buschke and Loewenstein (35) or pseudoepitheliomatous keratotic micaceous balanitis (36) to describe this unusual form of carcinoma.