calcic


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cal·cic

 (kăl′sĭk)
adj.
Composed of, containing, derived from, or relating to calcium or lime.

calcic

(ˈkælsɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) of, containing, or concerned with lime or calcium
[C19: from Latin calx lime]

cal•cic

(ˈkæl sɪk)

adj.
of or containing lime or calcium.
[1870–75]
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Adj.1.calcic - derived from or containing calcium or lime
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cal·cic

a. cálcico, rel. a la cal.
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The study by FARIA (2008) demonstrated that the crystal grains are richer in Na at their periphery and richer in Ca at the core, so the composition of the borders is albite (the sodic plagioclase), and the core is anorthite (the calcic plagioclase).
This positive feedback effect on perennial grasses appears to be critical on sites with shallow soils (due to bedrock or impermeable calcic horizons), such as on the Paint Gap Hills.
The mafic dykes are porphyritic to aphyric and consist of calcic plagioclase, hornblendic amphibole or clinopyroxene +/- olivine, ilmenite, titanite and a range of secondary minerals.
Calcic injection wire for external steel treatment and titanic roll of production of Chepetsk Mechanical Plant (included into Fuel company of ROSATOM TVEL) became the diploma winner at the international industrial forum in India.
The Stabler classifications, Schoeller-Berkaloff and Piper (Figure 4) show the existence of a single chemical facies in the oasis of El-Atteuf (Figure 5) which is chlorinated and calcic facies and magnesium sulphate.
Petrogenesis of the metacarbonate and related rocks of the Silgara Formation, central Santander Massif, Colombian Andes: An overview of a "reaction calcic exoscarn".
Specifically, initial crystallization of calcic plagioclase consumes abundant aluminum, but little sodium and potassium (i.
The mineral waters are regarded as bicarbonated, sulphurated, calcic.
2006): Calcic amphibole growth in calc-alkaline magmas: evidence from the Motru dike swarm (southern Carpathians, Romania).
Based on data provided by Pinet and Smith (1993), the calcic series uvarovite-grossularandradite is not a possibility because of differing Raman bands.
Soil type on these hills isof the Inceptisols order (lithic ustropept subgroup), which is a well-drained low fertility soil with a shallow calcic horizon (Vaughan et al.