Examples from the Web for incrustation
At the same time it yields considerable vapor, and deposits an incrustation around the assay.
Occurs usually as an incrustation, its surface being very smooth, like enamel.The Elements of Blowpipe Analysis|Frederick Hutton Getman
A metallic globule with or without an incrustation may be obtained.
In other orders the branches gain support from incrustation, from interlacing, and from cohering on the edges.The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide|Augusta Foote Arnold
These trifles are variously denominated; but, in most cases, according to the name of the substance inclosed by the incrustation.Popular Technology, Vol. I (of 2)|Edward Hazen
Word Origin and History for incrustation
also encrustation, 1640s, from Late Latin incrustationem (nominative incrustatio) "a covering with crust," noun of action from past participle stem of incrustare.