calcareous deposit


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calcareous deposit

A deposit of calcified material, as in calculus on teeth.
See also: deposit
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Figure 3 shows the calcareous deposit from a view beneath the pipe.
Two basins of this group are known to contain abundant sepiolite (Mees 1999a, 2001), which is also the case for palustrine calcareous deposits in an area to the north of this region (Kautz and Porada 1976; Mees 1999b, 2002).
Previously, electrochemical-based laboratory experiments have been used to study nucleation growth, crystallization, structure and morphology of calcareous deposits by exploiting the acceleration of the precipitation reaction by the electrochemical reactions occurring on the electrodes (Devos et al 2003, Pavez et al 2005, Xu et al 1999).