Pellet is described as a small cylinder or a a small sphere. Examples are ash and wood pellets both used for cooking.fuel pellet which is used in pressurized water reactors and boiling water reactors; ice pellets which consist of and plastic pellets which are resins that are generally spherical, ovoid, or cylindrical in shape, and between 1 and 5 mm diameter.
Ref: 120858/2006-10-07

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