siliceous


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si·lic·eous

(si-lish'ŭs),
Containing silica.
Synonym(s): silicious

siliceous

relating to or made of silica or a silicate.
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They are made of porphyry flakes rather than siliceous shale or tuff blades.
Where silane breaks into a quiescent volcanic vent filled with air, a detonation and fiery effluence follow, the scenario reported by witnesses of the Krakatoa and Tambora volcanic events of the 19th century: an enormous explosion, a column of fire, and a rain of siliceous ash from a mushroom cloud.
The quartzitic sandstone was quarried in Arkansas~ whereas the siliceous limestone (>5% silica) was quarried in Kentucky; the materials met industry size (and strength) standards of #4 railroad ballast (2.
1987); Siemensma & Roijackers in The Netherlands (Siemensma 1981; Siemensma & Roijackers 1988a, b); and Mikrjukov in Russia (Mikrjukov 1993a, b, 1994a, b, c, 1995, 1996a, b, 1999, 2000a, b) have demonstrated that scale structure in heliozoa possessing siliceous scales is the single most reliable taxonomic criterion for this group.
Surface-modified, oxidic or siliceous fillers and their use
Thus, for example, in the case of chert, a major lithic raw material, the term does not denote quartz but, rather, refers generically to the whole group of neogenetic siliceous rocks, regardless of their quartz- or opal-based composition.
This product is used to address fines migration challenges associated with siliceous rocks, particularly those encountered in crude oil production or generated as a result of hydraulic fracturing or sandstone acidizing.
Contract notice: Procurement supply, put in work, siliceous aggregate par wings works modernisation of irrigation canal dependent bajo del pEiramo (leEn) irrigation area.
The siliceous mineralization associated with the "Dilation" target has been interpreted to be constrained by steeply dipping near-vertical fault zones.
Several anomalies are spatially associated with siliceous ironstones and fault breccias developed along apparent structures within the Mt Venn Gabbro Complex.
Such materials may be absorbed on high surface area siliceous carriers which will typically yield 60 to 75 percent active products DLC).