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Created: 2019-09-04T12:02:37

Last modified: 2022-01-19T11:18:24

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nodules (geology)  

DEFINITION

  • In sedimentology and geology, a nodule is a small, irregularly rounded knot, mass, or lump of a mineral or mineral aggregate that typically has a contrasting composition, such as a pyrite nodule in coal, a chert nodule in limestone, or a phosphorite nodule in marine shale, from the enclosing sediment or sedimentary rock. (en)

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