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- n. Reaction with carbon dioxide to form carbonates
- n. The introduction of carbonate rocks to replace others
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The process by which, from the action of circulating subterranean waters containing carbonates, the feldspars and other rock-forming silicates are replaced by calcite, dolomite, or some other carbonate.
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The development of a carbonatization process can represent safe and long term storage of CO
This higher grade interval does not include "pinch and swell" vein-type mineralization, but rather disseminated gold and pyrite in an area of strong carbonatization, which suggests potential exists for significant volumes of higher grade material.
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