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hydrous

 [hi´drus]
containing water.
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hy·drat·ed

(hī'drāt-ĕd),
Combined with water, forming a hydrate.
Synonym(s): hydrous
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It is possible that an increase in [a.sub.H2O] in the evolved andesite magma might have prohibited the further crystallization of feldspar (Rushmer 1993), although no hydrous phases reflecting this increase were observed petrographically.
In the three modes (A, B, and C), the As (V) was slightly soluble or physically exchangeable, once bound to the coagulant surface, and the As (V) specifically sorbed and associated with amorphous crystalline hydrous oxides of Fe were the dominant species (Steps III and IV).
synthesized hydrous cerium oxide nanoparticles with a high specific surface area of 198 [m.sup.2]/g and high affinity surface hydroxyl group by a simple precipitation process, and it demonstrated exceptional adsorption properties in terms of adsorption capacity and kinetics on both As(III) and As(V) [78].
In the hydrous pyrolysis experiments of individual feedstocks the autoclave was charged with 2 g of GOS or berries and the required amount of water (4 mL for object:water ratio 1:2 and 6 mL for ratio 1:3).
2007), clay-humic complexes (Pils and Laird 2007), Al/Fe hydrous oxides (Gu and Karthikeyan 2005), and organic matter (Kulshestra et al.
Mineral reinforcements include Translink surface-modified calcined kaolin; inert, fine-particled Satintone calcined kaolin extenders and reinforcements with low residue and moisture; ASE Buca and Catalpo hydrous kaolin in various particle sizes and modifications including surface treatments and delamination; and Emcor 66 ultra-short whiskers used in phenolic molding compounds for brake linings and nonasbestos gasketing.
Hydrous kaolins for the paper market will be increased $15 per short ton, and calcined kaolins will be increased $25 per short ton, effective with shipments on and after Oct.
Hydrous clays and hydrous/calcined blends can be tailored for individual mill requirements, resulting in significant economic advantages for the mills.
and Srimal, N., 1996, Significance of rare hydrous alkaline melts in Hawaiian xenoliths: Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, v.
Despite this hydrous bias, you have to wonder why the Southern Fish drinks like a fish.
High concentrations of F and high field strength elements such as Zr, Y, Nb, and Sn may be the result of extreme fractionation of the granitic melt, or due to the strong partitioning of these elements into an immiscible hydrous silicate fluid that segregated from the Georgeville pluton during the later stages of crystallization.
These compounds can adsorb to hydrous iron and aluminum oxides, which often form when metal salts are used as coagulants in water treatment operations.