alkalic


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alkalic

(ælˈkælɪk)
adj
1. (Geological Science) (of igneous rocks) containing large amounts of alkalis, esp sodium and potassium
2. (Chemistry) another word for alkaline
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Adj.1.alkalic - relating to or containing an alkalialkalic - relating to or containing an alkali; having a pH greater than 7; "alkaline soils derived from chalk or limestone"
chemical science, chemistry - the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
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And, with a recent Earn-in and Joint Venture Agreement in-place with Navarre Minerals, Stavely Minerals has further augmented a dominant tenure position in an under-explored alkalic copper-gold porphyry belt.
Petrological and geochemical data is consistent with the basaltic, doleritic and gabbroic intrusions comprising alkalic series signatures, characteristic of heterogeneous asthenospheric melting associated with ocean island basalt (OIB) magmatism.
Technically what they had discovered was a very rare, hydrothermal, graphite mineralized breccia zone hosted within an alkalic intrusion.
Drill Holes H-8 and H-11 ended in Copper Mineralization and on the basis of geological characteristics, mineralization and size potential, Doubleview believes that the Hat property qualifies as a "copper-gold alkalic porphyry"-type deposit.
Adapting tetraethoxysilane (TEOS) (as an inorganic framework source) and 1-alkylmine, particularly octylamine (OA) (as a soft template), to synthesize several tens of micro-meters in size of MSS under acidic or alkalic system is popular [16-22].
The property is the firm's main focus of exploration, as the Quesnel Trough has produced results in this Gold producing region, especially copper-gold alkalic porphyry deposits.
They also recovered both older, tholeiitic and younger, alkalic capping lavas from some of the southern seamounts.
The self-corrosion current of Ni-P coating is the least either in acid, alkalic, or salty solutions.
0, while pH of alkalic substances is greater than 7.
The grain aggregates are consistent with derivation from the alkalic olivine basalts of the Salani Volcanics (late Pleistocene to early Holocene) and Puapua Volcanics (late Holocene) exposed upstream in the hinterland of Pulemelei, with the latter source in the Savai'i uplands probably most likely as judged from petrographic descriptions (R.
Moyd (1949) mentioned zeolites associated with a band of nepheline-bearing rocks in the Bancroft, Ontario area, and Corriveau (1985) noted thomsonite in an alkalic syenite from Lac Rouge, Labelle Co.