Definition of Proppants

1. proppant [n] - See also: proppant



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proppants

propositioning
propositions
propositive
propositus
propound
propounded
propounder
propounders
propounding
propounds
propoxur
propoxyphene
propoxyphene hydrochloride
propoxyphenes
proppant
proppants (current term)
propped
propping
propping up
propraetor
propraetors
propraetorship
propraetorships
propranolol
propranolols
propre
propreantepenult
propreantepenultimate
proprely
propretie

Literary usage of Proppants

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1. Mineral Commodity Summaries, 1996 by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"... such as abrasives, chemicals proppants, and refractories. Approximately 95% of the total bauxite consumed in the United States during ..."

2. Alternative Methods for Fluid Delivery and Recovery by Larry Murdoch (1995)
"... open hole packers 15 meters (49.2 feet) apart and injecting 4500 to 9000 liters (1188 to 2376 gallons) of clean water; no proppants were injected. ..."

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