Definition of Lignitic. Meaning of Lignitic. Synonyms of Lignitic

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Definition of Lignitic

Lignitic
Lignitic Lig*nit"ic (l[i^]g*n[i^]t"[i^]k), a. Containing lignite; resembling, or of the nature of, lignite; as, lignitic clay. Lignitic group. See Laramie Group.

Meaning of Lignitic from wikipedia

- Lignite, often referred to as brown coal, is a soft, brown, combustible, sedimentary rock formed from naturally compressed peat. It is considered the...
- Jet is a type of lignite, a precursor to coal, and is a gemstone. Jet is not a mineral, but rather a mineraloid. It has an organic origin, being derived...
- NLC India Limited (formerly Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited) (NLC) is a 'Navratna' government of India company in the fossil fuel mining sector in...
- Significant natural resources include iron ore, coal, potash, timber, lignite, uranium, copper, natural gas, salt, nickel, arable land and water. Most...
- Lignite is a ghost town in Botetourt County, Virginia, United States. A former iron ore mining town owned by Allegheny Ore and Iron Company (which later...
- (15%), animal dung (8%), and imported fossil fuels (8%). Except for some lignite deposits, Nepal has no known oil, gas or coal deposits. All commercial...
- cu m of natural gas and 2.07 Billion tons of coal (sub-bituminous and lignite). ****stan's first gas field was found in the late 1952 in Balochistan...
- Bełchatów Power Station is a lignite-fired power station that produces 27–28 TWh of electricity per year, or twenty percent of the total power generation...
- 3% in 2010. Almost half (48%) of DEI's power output is generated using lignite, a drop from the 51.6% in 2009. Twelve percent of Greece's electricity...
- Cretaceous and Paleogene sediments which contain important deposits of Eocene lignite. The Mississippian and Pennsylvanian sediments in the north; Permian sediments...
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