pulverulent


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pulverulent

 [pul-ver´u-lent]
powdery; dusty.

pul·ver·u·lent

(pŭl-ver'yū-lĕnt),
In a state of powder; powdery.

pulverulent

[pulver′ələnt]
having the form of a fine powder.

pulverulent

powdery; dusty.
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UREDINIA abaxial, distributed over the whole surface, small, occasionally in large irregular groups, pulverulent, slightly erumpent, reddish brown in color.
This may have occurred owing the greater amount of pulverulent material of the artificial sand compared with natural sand.
Uredinia abaxial, yellowish, pulverulent, scattered, minute.
Uredinia amphigenous but mostly hypophyllous, intermixed, scattered, roundish, pulverulent, blackish brown, 0.
In an occurrence discovered in 1981 in the alcove, white, pulverulent, very finely fibrous masses (habit E) partially filled cavities up to 8 cm across, and encrusted the associated weloganite, quartz, calcite and first-generation dawsonite.
In another occurrence, spherules of montroyalite were scattered in a cream-colored pulverulent crust, possibly strontiodresserite, and associated only with quartz and albite.
These pulverulent bleaching powders contain polymers that are described in the patent application as nonionic or anionic amphiphilic polymers and are exemplified by Ser-ad FX 1100 (now probably sold under the tradename Dapro FX 1100 from Elementis Specialties) and Jaguar XC-95/3 from Rhodia.
Pulverulent masses of plumbojarosite large enough and pure enough to constitute ore were round in the Erupcion mine.
It was found to occur abundantly as pale yellow, pulverulent masses with ferric iron and admixed silica, apparently having formed by the oxidation of stannite in the Utne vein, Cotamitos mine.
Chalcopyrite is veined and largely replaced by chalcocite which, in turn, is veined by an olive-brown, fine-grained material, and to a much lesser extent by veinlets of powellite and pulverulent red hematite.
Worldwide, powellite typically occurs as inconspicuous pulverulent halos around molybdenite crystals, which are best observed under ultraviolet light.
Brochantite occurs as pulverulent patches and flattened green crystals to 0.