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Relating to, resembling, containing, or derived from silica or silicon.


(Elements & Compounds) of, concerned with, or containing silicon or an acid obtained from silicon


(səˈlɪs ɪk)

1. containing silicon.
2. of or pertaining to silica or acids derived from it.
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It features similar Paleozoic stratigraphic formations and silicic Cenozoic volcanic rocks that host large gold deposits elsewhere in Nevada.
These tend to involve silicic lavas (those rich in silicon), which are so sluggishly viscous that their volatiles cannot easily escape.
Kinetics of silicic acid uptake and rates of silica dissolution in the marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana.
2012) and the influence of La Nina conditions from July to December (Diamond, 2011) promoted intense upwelling events which were reflected in a shallow MLD in May and October; these processes lead to higher concentration of nitrites, nitrates, phosphates and silicic acids and zooplankton biomass in the coastal zone.
The oldest of these comprise a suite of low-grade metamorphosed mafic to silicic rocks which constitute the foundation to Neoproterozoic granitoids.
It's a liquid combination of silicic acid, silicon and oxygen in a colloidal hydrated gel which lines the digestive tract (one tablespoon covers an area of three square metres).
Sodium silicate during the exchange reactions with a cation exchanger (Amberlite IR-2000) resulted in the formation of silicic acid which upon hydrolysis gives Si(OH)4.
Silicic acid is a form of Si that roots uptake from roots, and then translocated.
Evolution of diamond resorption in a silicic aqueous fluid at 1-3GPA: Application to kimberlite emplacement and mantle metasomatism.
A comprehensive description of the biosilica reaction during the use of silicic acid as a starting substrate was published recently (Schroder et al.
n of 500 to 9000 g/mol, wherein the styrene-butadiene rubber is solution-polymerized or emulsion-polymerized, as well as 30 to 300 phr of at least one silicic acid and further blend components.
Recent numerical and experimental approaches (9,10) show that silicic magma buoyancy in a large and rather flat magma reservoir can subject the roof to overpressures greater than the critical overpressure required for dyke propagation.