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hydrothermal

 [hi″dro-ther´mal]
pertaining to the temperature effects of water, as in hot baths.

hy·dro·ther·mal

(hī'drō-ther'măl),
Relating to hot water.
[hydro- + G. thermē, heat]
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Factors Controlling the Fe Isotopic Compositions of Hydrothermal Sulfides
The eruption of the Old Faithful geyser at Yellowstone is similar to these hydrothermal explosions.
Vent hunters typically search for visual signs of the smokelike streams of particles belched by many hydrothermal vents.
Two methods of quartz etching and dissolution were applied: (1) autoclave temperature and pressure experiments of hydrothermal conditions of dissolution with distilled water, and (2) chemical etching of quartz with hydrofluoric acid.
It then succeeded in developing a new type of zirconia that has both higher flexural strength and fracture toughness and, when exposed to hydrothermal condition, its crystal structure does not change to a monoclinic phase, a common cause of compromised strength.
They also gained insight on the origins of carbonate hydrothermal areas, and made successful attempts to explore for sulfide, said the SOA.
In addition, there are hydrothermal ore deposits in the COB, whose associated siliceous rocks are of hydrothermal genesis [1, 4,17], but these ore deposits are regarded to be of orogenic type and formed during the orogeny [12].
Hydrothermal treatments may be performed in presence of steam or liquid water under either pressure or vacuum at various temperatures.
Keywords: Starch; L-arginine; Hydrothermal carbonization; Carbon microsphere.
Their research focuses on how the building blocks of life form in hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor.
Hydrothermal vents are great study sites to investigate metal stress to biota in an un-manipulated 'natural laboratory.' Hydrothermal systems along volcanic island arcs have mostly shallow water depths and strong magmatic input into their fluids and hydrothermal plumes.