manganiferous

manganiferous

(ˌmæŋɡəˈnɪfərəs)
adj
(Chemistry) containing or composed of magnesium
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The above regional decription fits well with the geology in the Shepherds Bush area, where iron and manganiferous sediments and associated cherts extend for ~6 kilometres north through the Spotted Dog gold resource area.
"These results demonstrate the growing potential for Bryah Resources to make additional manganese discoveries in the Bryah Basin as it has about 60km of the manganiferous Horseshoe Formation under its control."
Tenders are invited for Additional excavation in manganiferous rock at 300 level at gumgaon mine
Empirical models for oxygen mass transfer: a comparison between shake flask and lab-scale fermentor and application to manganiferous ore bioleaching.
Mineralogy and genesis of the manganiferous pisoliths of Do Azul mine (Carajas-Brasil)
The formation of manganiferous iron ores in the central Iran are thought to be associated with the pan-African metallogeny, and volcano-sedimentary deposits of Posht Badam area are proposed to be formed in a rift zone (Amidi et al., 1984; Foerster and Jafarzadeh, 1994; Moore and Modabberi, 2003).
The manganiferous interval is characterized in all regions by a diverse assemblage of trace fossils, including locally abundant Teichichnus.
Miners called this hard, gray vein material Mangankiesel ("manganiferous flint") (Zincken, 1825).
and Pedersen T.F.: "Sedimentary geochemistry of manganese: Implications for the environment of formation of manganiferous black shales".
The predominant gangue mineral in ore shoots is manganiferous siderite.