Definition of Kaolinic
1. kaolin [adj] - See also: kaolin
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kaolinic
Literary usage of Kaolinic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Principles of Economic Geology by William Harvey Emmons (1918)
"... kaolinic Gold Veins.—The Goldfield district, Nev.,1 is a low domical uplift of Tertiary lavas and lake beds that rest upon older granitic and ..."
2. Bulletin (1904)
"FERRUGINOUS kaolinic SI.ATE. The rocks of this type occur in thin beds between the Seeley slate and the ore deposit in the Illinois mine, and also closely ..."
3. Bulletin by Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey (1904)
"... in the lower member and because of the overlying position of the pure dolomite with respect to the iron-bearing rocks. FERRUGINOUS kaolinic SLATE. ..."
4. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1904)
"kaolinic Clay Of the deposite of clay in the Moose Basin none are more interesting than the unstratified beds of kaolinic material which it is believed are ..."
5. Bulletin by Thomas J. Evans (1904)
"... generally varying from thin leaves to layers one-half inch in thickness, interstratified with layers of kaolinic slate containing much hematite. ..."