nickeliferous

nick·el·if·er·ous

 (nĭk′ə-lĭf′ər-əs)
adj.
Bearing or containing nickel. Used of ores.

nickeliferous

(ˌnɪkəˈlɪfərəs)
adj
(Metallurgy) containing nickel
References in periodicals archive ?
Jaffre, "Detection of nickeliferous rocks by analysis of herbarium specimens of indicator plants," Journal of Geochemical Exploration, vol.
In addition, the Bamble and Kongsberg-Modum lithotectonic domains are characterised by a high density of mineral deposits including the common occurrence of apatite and rutile deposits [23, 24] and a high density of hydrothermal Fe-deposits including veins and breccias of nickeliferous pyrrhotite-apatite, magnetite-apatite, magnetite and hematite, and Fe-oxide skarn deposits [25, 26].
Trescases JJ, Melfi AJ, Oliveira SMB (1986) Nickeliferous iaterites of Brazil.
Zafiratos, Beneficiation of a Greek serpentinic nickeliferous ore - Part II: Sulphuric Acid Heap Leaching, Hydrometallurgy, 74, 267 (2004).
Since the effect of nickeliferous mineral are unobserved in the sections studied, likely this element is replaced with the olivine structure.
- Metallurgical tests commenced to determine nickel content and recoverability of sulphides in nickeliferous greenstone zones at Pembroke and Mt Cobalt;
Extraction and processing methods detailed include treatment of produced water by electrocoagulation, and reduction roasting of Greek nickeliferous laterites.
However, some species growing on nickeliferous soils have been found with Ni concentrations of 1000-35 000 [micro]g/g (0.1-3.5%) in the dry leaf; the term 'hyperaccumulation' has been used by Jaffre et al.
At this locality the chromian alumohydrocalcite occurs as 1-mm spheres and masses with dolomite on the contact between a nickeliferous serpentinite body and a dark, partially silicified shale.