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hy·dro·ther·mal

 (hī′drə-thûr′məl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to hot water.
2. Geology
a. Of or relating to hot magmatic emanations rich in water.
b. Of or relating to the rocks, ore deposits, and springs produced by such emanations.

hy′dro·ther′mal·ly adv.

hydrothermal

(ˌhaɪdrəʊˈθɜːməl)
adj
(Geological Science) of or relating to the action of water under conditions of high temperature, esp in forming rocks and minerals
ˌhydroˈthermally adv

hy•dro•ther•mal

(ˌhaɪ drəˈθɜr məl)

adj.
of or pertaining to the action of hot aqueous solutions or gases within or on the surface of the earth.
[1840–50]
hy`dro•ther′mal•ly, adv.

hy·dro·ther·mal

(hī′drə-thûr′məl)
1. Relating to hot water, especially water heated by the Earth's internal heat. ♦ Power that is generated using the Earth's hot water is called hydrothermal energy.
2. Geology Relating to the rocks, ore deposits, and springs produced by hot water or magma.
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On the basis of the above consideration, ethylenediamine (en), an excellent ligand employed for the construction of transition metal complex, was added to the impregnating solution and then hydrothermally treated.
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There's ample evidence that this taint is hydrothermally produced, from the salt in the water to silica nanoparticles coughed out by the moon, the latter of which would have precipitated out of hot, rock-interacting water when it cooled.
The interpretation of these maps can give up valuable information on the inner structures possibly associated with magmatic feeding structures and connected to hydrothermally altered terranes [16].
Hydrothermal liquefaction method was also investigated, the liquefaction of microalgal species Dunaliella Tertiolecta hydrothermally with various temperatures, catalyst dosages and holding periods.
Hydrothermally treated fruit were not suitable for commercialization as early as the first day after transferring to ambient temperature due to the presence of blanching symptoms on more than 55% of the fruit surface (grade 8).
Among the topics discussed are geochemical and geochronological constraints on the evolution of the Azores Plateau, the Shatsky Rise ocean plateau structure from two-dimensional multi-channel seismic reflection profiles and implications for oceanic plateau formation, lithium isotope evidence for magmatic assimilation of hydrothermally influenced crust beneath oceanic large igneous provinces, topographic expression of the Danger Islands Troughs and implications for tectonic evolution of the Manihiki Plateau in the western equatorial Pacific Ocean, and environmental consequences of Ontong Java Plateau and Kerguelen Plateau volcanism.
All the hydrothermally treated PFA-cement blended mortars mixed including the control mix showed a significant decrease in the intrinsic air permeability value in comparison with their untreated counterparts.
The mixture was hydrothermally treated in an autoclaved at 200[degrees]C for 24 h to form a colloid of Ti[O.
In this contribution, we provide mineralogical and geochemical data of hydrothermally altered topazalbite granites from the Hub stock, the best exposed and extensively mineralized granite stock of the Horni Slavkov-Krasno ore district.
The content of sulphur, potassium and cloride was not detected in hydrothermally treated ash samples either.
2], and silica fume with the ratio of (Ca + Ba)/Si = 2 were hydrothermally treated in stainless steel capsule at 110-150[degrees]C for 2-5 hours, calcined at 600-700[degrees]C for 3 hours, and analyzed by FTIR, XRD, TGA/DTA, and SEM techniques.