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potassic

[pə′tas·ik]
(petrology)
Referring to a rock which contains a significant amount of potassium.
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This hole was drilled on coincident gold-in-soil anomalies and potassic alteration of basalt country rock.
No heavy metal is associated with nitrogenous and potassic fertilizers and their manufacturing processes.
Shri Nihal Chand said, our country is import dependent to the extent of 100% in Potassic Sector and 90% in phosphatic sector in the form of either finished fertilizers or intermediates.
The mineralization in the porphyry is in a stockwork system of quartz and sulphide veinlets mainly emplaced in the potassic alteration zone with gold contents in rock samples at surface grading up to 0.
AKRON and ORGSINTEZ, the two Russian companies are in discussion with IFFCO as they have Potassic and Phosphatic resources.
Drilling by Clancy in late 2009 was targeted into the exposed potassic alteration zones encompassing the old copper workings at Carangera.
Potassic alteration and copper mineralization have been intersected in two recent holes, located approximately 200 metres to the west and 400 metres to the southeast of the previously known zone (see Entree news releases from January 15, 2009 and April 30, 2009).
However, in respect of Phosphatic & Potassic (P&K) fertilizers, Government is implementing Nutrient Based Subsidy (NBS) Policy w.
The widespread potassic and chloritic alteration, visible copper minerals and associated vuggy anhydrite fractures, indicated that the hole was drilled within a large poorly exposed porphyry copper gold system.
Within this defined area are zones of varying intensities of phyllic alteration overprinting potassic alteration (biotite-potassic feldspar).