Frostwork

Frost`work' noun The figurework, often fantastic and delicate, which moisture sometimes forms in freezing, as upon a window pane or a flagstone.
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Frostwork

• (n.) The figurework, often fantastic and delicate, which moisture sometimes forms in freezing, as upon a window pane or a flagstone.
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Frostwork

Frostwork is a type of speleothem (cave formation) composed of acicular (`needle-like`) growths almost always composed of aragonite (a polymorph of calcite) or calcite replaced by aragonite. It is a variety of anthodite. In some caves frostwork may grow on top of cave popcorn or boxwork. ==Formation== The origin of frostwork is somewhat controve.....
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frostwork

delicate figures and patterns in which frost forms on surfaces
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