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si·lic·ic

(si-lis'ik),
Relating to silica or silicon.
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One observable example is the silicic dome near the crater Mairan.
Effects of media with low silicic acid concentrations on tooth formation in Acartia tonsa Dana (Copepoda, Calanoida).
In present manuscript silica xerogels were synthesized from silicic acid at desired pH values as show Table 1.
If the concentration exceeds 2mmol L-1 silicic acid polymerized to form silicate silica.
However, herein lies a problem: what controls whether a large silicic magma reservoir or a smaller reservoir that gives rise to a summit eruption forms?
24 Values are the means of triplicate determinations expressed on a dry weight basis Table 2: Animal diet composition (g/kg) Ingredients Control Diet containing diet unprocessed seed Casein 125 -- Pumpkin seed -- 356 Corn starch 375 191 Glucose 150 150 Corn oil 150 103 Potato starch 100 100 Vitamin/mineral 100 100 premix Silicic acid 0.
Such biological substances are recorded in the water: bromin--40 mg/l (designation criterion 25 mg/l), silicic acid--72 mg/l (criterion--50 mg/l).
6) as we consider it in this paper, contains a lower unit, the Arroyo del Torreon Formation, consisting of silicic volcanic and subvolcanic rocks and an upper unit, the Huaraco Formation, composed of marine clastic sedimentary rocks (Figs.
one of the leading suppliers of silicic acid esters.
This unit is overlain unconformably by a Permian-Lower Triassic mesosilicic and silicic volcanic and igneous complex, including pyroclastic, subvolcanic and intrusive rocks, that consists of a lower andesite to dacite section and an upper rhyolitic section.
26 Ma El Satro Pyroclastic Flow is a highly silicic welded tuff, an deposit commonly associated with eruptions from a caldera, and 4) Lake La Yeguada looks to lie within the moat section of the caldera.