Silt

Sedimentary materials composed of fine or intermediate-sized mineral particles.

silt

material that exhibits little or no swelling and whose particle size generally falls between 2 microns and API sand size, or 74 microns (200-mesh) A certain portion of dispersed clays and barite for the most part also fall into this same particle-size range.

silt

Accumulation of very small grains of rock, finer than sand.
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Silt

Silt is granular material of a size somewhere between sand and clay whose mineral origin is quartz and feldspar. Silt may occur as a soil or as sediment mixed in suspension with water (also known as a suspended load) in a body of water such as a river. It may also exist as soil deposited at the bottom of a water body. Silt has a moderate specific ...
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Silt

• (v. i.) To flow through crevices; to percolate. • (v. t.) To choke, fill, or obstruct with silt or mud. • (n.) Mud or fine earth deposited from running or standing water.
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Silt

(1) Individual mineral particles of soil that range in diameter between the upper size of clay, 0.002 mm, and the lower size of very fine sand, 0.05 mm. (2) Soil of the textural class silt containing 80 percent or more silt and less than 12 percent clay. (3) Sediments deposited from water in which the individual grains are approximately the size of...
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silt

(Norwegian: sylt) sediment deposited by water.
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silt

noun mud or clay or small rocks deposited by a river or lake
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Silt

Silt intransitive verb To flow through crevices; to percolate.
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Silt

Silt noun [ Middle English silte gravel, from silen to drain, English sile ; probably of Scand. origin; confer Swedish sila , probably akin to Anglo-Saxon seón to filter, sīgan to fall, sink, cause to sink, German seihen to strain, to filter, O...
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Silt

Silt transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Silted ; present participle & verbal noun Silting .] To choke, fill, or obstruct with silt or mud.
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Silt

contaminant particles 5 ¦m and less in size.
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Silt

Finely grained sediment suspended in, or deposited by, water.
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Silt

Medium-size pieces of minerals that comprise soil (smaller particles than sand and larger than clay).
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Silt

Medium-size pieces of minerals that make up soil that are smaller than sand and larger than clay.
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Silt

Mineral particle with a size between 0.004 and 0.06 millimeters in diameter. Also see clay and sand.
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silt

Mud, clay or leaves that collect at the bottom of a river, stream or lake.
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Silt

Muddy deposits of fine sediment usually found on the bottoms of lakes.
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Silt

Noncohesive soil whose individual mineral particles are not visible to the unaided human eye (0.002 to 0.05 mm). Silt will crumble when rolled into a ball.
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silt

Particles in siliciclastic sediment that range in size from 0.0039 millimetres (very fine silt) to 0.0625 millimetres (coarse silt), according to the Udden-Wentworth scale. In field geology, a mudrock has silt in it if it feels smooth to the fingers but tastes gritty between the teeth.Silt and clay are collectively classified as mud. ... (09 Oct 19...
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silt

sediment particles ranging from 0.004 to 0.06 mm (0.00016 to 0.0024 inch) in diameter irrespective of mineral type. Silt is easily transported by ... [12 related articles]
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Silt

sediment particles with a grain size between 0.004 mm and 0.062 mm, i.e. coarser than CLAY particles but finer than sand.
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Silt

Sedimentary material composed of fragments ranging in diameter from 1/265 to 1/16 mm. Silt particles are larger than clay particles but smaller than sand particles.
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Silt

Sedimentary materials composed of fine or intermediate-sized mineral particles.
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Silt

Sedimentary materials composed of fine or intermediate-sized mineral particles.
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