Bird's-eye coal

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Sometimes applied to anthracite coal when very small fractures are numerous and freshly broken surfaces display rounded or oval eyelike forms, many of which have convex surfaces. See also: anthracite coal sizes; bird's-eye. AGI

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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