Wentworth scale









Wentworth scale


Wentworth scale noun

  1. geology a scale for specifying the sizes (diameters) of sedimentary particles, ranging from clay particles (less than 1/256 mm) to boulders (over 256 mm)

Word Origin for Wentworth scale after C. K. Wentworth (1891–1969), US geologist

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