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the process in which dissolved minerals glue sediments together to form solid sedimentary rock Chemical Weathering
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The process of precipitation of cement between mineral or rock grains and forming solid clastic sedimentary rock, one phase of lithification.
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1590s, from cement + -ation.
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Process by which sedimentary rock is formed from sediments being glued together by mineral deposits.
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The last stage in the formation of sedimentary rock; formed when mineral material bonds with sediment clasts (Lesson 27)
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One of the processes that work together to turn sediment into sedimentary rock (lithification
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The joining of objects by means of a cement (e.g., in Fracture Fixation, such as in hip Arthroplasty for joining of the acetabular component to the femoral component). In Dentistry, it is used for the [..]
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A spontaneous, electrochemical process that involves the reduction of a more electropositive (noble) species, for example, copper, silver, mercury, or cadmium, by electronegative (sacrificial) metals, [..]
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Cementation may refer to: Cementation (biology), the process whereby some sessile bivalve mollusks (and some other shelled invertebrates) attach themselves permanently to a hard substrate Cementation [..]
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Cementation may refer to: Cementation (biology), the process whereby some sessile bivalve mollusks (and some other shelled invertebrates) attach themselves permanently to a hard substrate Cementation [..]
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Cementation involves ions carried in groundwater chemically precipitating to form new crystalline material between sedimentary grains. The new pore-filling minerals forms "bridges" between original se [..]
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Cementation is a type of precipitation, a heterogeneous process in which ions are reduced to zero valence at a solid metallic interface. The process is often used to refine leach solutions. Cementatio [..]
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Calcinosis cutis is a type of calcinosis wherein calcium deposits form in the skin. A variety of factors can result in this condition. The most common source is dystrophic calcification, which occu [..]
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Process by which a binding, or cementing, agent is precipitated in spaces among individual particles of a deposit. Common cementing agents are calcite, quartz, and dolomite.
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(n) - the process by which sediments are glued together
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process by which sediments are cemented together by minerals dissolved in water to form sedimentary rock. centrifugal -
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One of the processes that work together to turn sediment into sedimentary rock (lithification). Mineral-laden water percolates through sediment with open pore spaces. The spaces are gradually filled by minerals precipitating from the water, binding the grains together.
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The joining of objects by means of a cement (e.g., in fracture fixation, such as in hip arthroplasty for joining of the acetabular component to the femoral component). In dentistry, it is used for the [..]
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This is a process for making large Steel quantities - an alloy of Iron (Fe) and Carbon (C) - of consistent composition throughout. Cast iron
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