subsolvus


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subsolvus

[¦səb′säl·vəs]
(physical chemistry)
A range of conditions in which two or more solid phases can form by exsolution from an original homogeneous phase.
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Alkalis in the Jalor subsolvus (pink biotite-hornblende and white biotite granites) and hypersolvous (alkali granites) are 6.
The Tusham, Jhunjhunu and the subsolvus component of the Jalor granite contain zircon, sphene and apatite as accessory minerals (Kochhar, 2000).