incrustation

[ in-kruh-stey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF incrustation

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Most of the scale or incrustation will be violently ejected.

A globule of metal should result, and perhaps an incrustation on the coal.

The snow there appeared an incrustation, an ordinary portion of the soil.

A metallic globule with or without an incrustation may be obtained.

This incrustation can be easily distinguished from that of zinc.

The strata immediately where they issue is a fine white and calcareous sandstone, covered with an incrustation of common salt.

I have seen springs around which the plants and the pebbles were coated with an incrustation of lime.

After half a day's work we came to an incrustation of clay, baked hard, as by internal heat.

Various attempts have been made to remove the incrustation by raising the bronze to a red heat.

A warm thick solution of glue should be spread upon the incrustation covering the bronze.

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