residual liquid

residual liquid

[rə′zij·ə·wəl ′lik·wəd]
(geology)
The volatile components of a magma that remain in the magma chamber after much crystallization has taken place.
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This easily deformable layer signaled the team towards residual liquid left over from the ocean too.
It is the slightly sour, residual liquid which remains after butter is churned and is flecked with tiny spots of sweet, creamy butter that did not quite make it to the top.
The system consisted of a dye vat, a vacuum tank, a residual liquid collection room vessel, and a vacuum pump.
During pressurisation no residual liquid can penetrate into the empty bottles.
When the tea is finished steeping they pull up on the tea tab/string, fold the T Sleeve in half, squeeze the residual liquid out and discard.
The residual liquid and solid "digestate" materials, are applied to the farm's fields as natural fertilisers, without incurring any of the costs, smells or environmental issues normally associated with widely used chemical fertilisers.
After dispensing, and before releasing the plunger, deliver any residual liquid remaining in the tip by touching the tip to the side of the container.
The isoolefin-diolefin rubber and the residual liquid reaction medium are transported to a flash tank for further processing.
Self-priming and capable of dry-running, this type of pump will clear both the intake and discharge lines of any residual liquid.
The product path can then be placed in sealed bags for incineration, thus eliminating operator contact with the residual liquid material.
The growth of the primary interlocking dendrites commonly associated with long freezing range alloys is present with some residual liquid film close to the solidus temperature of the alloy.