dolomitic

ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to or consisting of dolomite
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How To Use dolomitic In A Sentence

  • The cavity was in relatively dense dolomitic limestone, suggesting that recovery of undamaged specimens could present a problem.
  • This one billion year old formation contains calcitic or dolomitic red and green argillites, siltstones and sandstones and represents a subtidal to intertidal setting with occasional subaerial exposure. Archive 2008-09-01
  • The mountain, Jebel Ichkeul, is composed of Triassic and Jurassic metamorphosed limestones with fossiliferous pseudo-dolomitic marbles exposed in quarries on its south-western slopes. Ichkeul National Park, Tunisia
  • After the raw materials (including silica, soda ash, dolomitic limestone) are mixed and melted at 1500oC, the molten glass is allowed to flow as a continuous ribbon into a bath of molten tin. Lloyd Mexico Economic Report November 2002
  • “Dead-burned dolomite” is a special form of dolomitic lime used in refractories. Lime
  • At 187 m, a thin bed of iron-stained quartz sandstone drapes across an irregular surface cut into oolitic dolomitic grainstones that represent the latest phase of the subjacent shallowing record.
  • This one billion year old formation contains calcitic or dolomitic red and green argillites, siltstones and sandstones and represents a subtidal to intertidal setting with occasional subaerial exposure. Archive 2008-09-01
  • These aren't listed under different headings because they all share the characteristic of being a type of dolomitic marble.
  • As indicated above, dolomitic lime is used not only as an amendment in these types of soils, but also as a source of Ca and Mg.
  • Massive dolomite and dolomitic breccias are separated by a normal fault from the upper part of the sequence.
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