minus-cement porosity

minus-cement porosity

[′mī·nəs si¦ment pə′räs·əd·ē]
(geology)
The porosity that would characterize a sedimentary material if it contained no chemical cement.
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The eogenetic cement may have supported the framework grains and prevented extensive compaction [42], resulting in the floating grain texture and high volume of high minus-cement porosity [43].