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Reference mix-design contained commonly used aggregate from around the city of Brno (Czech Republic): 0-4 mm quartz sand (Naklo), 4-8 mm carboniferous greywacke (Olbramovice) and 8 16 mm carboniferous graywacke (Olbramovice).
5,300-3,000 BCE) are cosmetic palettes, typically made from graywacke or slate.
Li and Horne [11] proposed a scaling equation for co-current imbibition of water into gas-saturated porous media (Berea, chalk, and Graywacke cores):
(23) Lane's geologists had identified vast quantities of Rensselaer Graywacke on Lane's Snake Mountain property.
Glacial deposits at Glacier Bay are derived from rocks of at least four terranes (Brew 1988) and include a large variety of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rock types including diorite, granite, volcanic rocks, schist, marble, dolomite, graywacke, argillite, and limestone (Brew et al.