Flucan

Related to Flucan: Diflucan

Flu´can


n.1.(Mining) Soft clayey matter in the vein, or surrounding it.
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He said that Itraconazole (brand name Sporanox) and Fluconazole (brand name Flucan or Diflucan) are safer alternatives to treat fungal infection over a longer time without having side effects on the liver.
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One main source of copper was the "flucan" (a Cornish term for a wide fault-gouge zone filled with decomposed mineral matter), described by Silliman and Whitney (1855) as a talco-micaceous slate that was completely disintegrated such that no blasting was required, as it ran easily.
They saw to it that a new shaft was sunk in the best place to exploit more fully the ores in the flucan; when these ores were processed in the Bradford ore separator (earlier put in place) the mine briefly turned profits of $1800/month.