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Pellets are small particles typically created by compressing an original material. Pellets may refer to:


Fuel and stoves/furnaces[edit]

Manufacturing and science[edit]

  • Pellet (ornithology), a round ball of undigested matter that some bird species regurgitate
  • Compound feed (animal feed pellets), a foodstuff produced from various raw materials and additives
  • Microplastics (plastic resin pellets), a raw material used in plastics manufacturing
  • Pellet mill, an implement used in pelletizing, the industrial process used to create pellets
  • Pellets (petrology), a form of carbonate sedimentary structure found in limestones
  • Precipitation (chemistry), pellets formed during centrifugation


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