titaniferous


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ti·tan·if·er·ous

 (tīt′n-ĭf′ər-əs)
adj.
Containing or yielding titanium.
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titaniferous

(ˌtaɪtəˈnɪfərəs)
adj
(Elements & Compounds) of or containing titanium; bearing titanium: a titaniferous ore.
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Wang, "The research on preparation of high-performance concrete using Pangang high titaniferous blast-furnace slag," Panzhihua Sci-Tech and Information, vol.
At the microscopic level, all Titanic headstone and Hanson quarry rocks have a cumulate texture, with cumulus grains of olivine, plagioclase, and titaniferous magnetite, and large intercumulus grains of augite (Fig.
The spilitic basalts have plagioclase, clinopyroxene and minor opaque minerals (titaniferous minerals) that have intersertal texture.
Evraz Highveld mines titaniferous magnetite ore at the Mapochs operation at Roossenekal in Limpopo and produces iron and steel products and vanadium-bearing slag at its steelworks at Witbank in Mpumalanga.
Their principal constituents include titaniferous augite, aegirine augite, hornblende, phlogopite, plagioclase (An 37-88), devitrified volcnic glass, noseam and olivine.
The titaniferous magnetite is typical rather for magmatic than metamorphic rocks (e.g., Buddington and Lindsley, 1964; Czamanske and Mihalik, 1972; Neumann, 1974; Harlov, 2000).