monimolimnion

monimolimnion

[¦man·ə·mō′lim·nē‚än]
(hydrology)
The dense bottom stratum of a meromictic lake; it is stagnant and does not mix with the water above.
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It is a deep (maximum 489m), meromictic lake, with oxic mixolimnion up to 70m and a deep monimolimnion rich in dissolved gases, particularly methane [9].
On the other hand, the word MONIMOLIMNION is the longest possible word that can be formed from the letters of 20 different windows, attributable to the fact that the word's letters are spread across a relatively small part of the alphabet, I-O.