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calcic

[′kal·sik]
(science and technology)
Derived from or containing calcium.
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In addition to products of HighMet family - a monolithic calcic injection wire and titanium materials industrialists of India could estimate the souvenirs made of zirconium fabricated by subsidiary of JSC CMP - Pribor-service.
The use of different methods of classifications of ground waters of the oasis El-Atteuf such as classifications Stabler, Schoeller-Berkaloff and Piper show the existence of a chemical facies dominating that is the chlorinated facies and sulphated calcic and magnesien.
2012): Calcic amphiboles in calc-alkaline and alkaline magmas: thermobarometric and chemometric empirical equations valid up to 1.
3] with increasing silica can be explained by removal of calcic plagioclase and lesser calcic clinopyroxene.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the ability of a calcic magnesic sulphated mineral water (CMSMW) issued from Bonneval Edelweiss spring to reduce plasma triglycerides and cholesterol in rats fed a cholesterol-rich diet.
Many also have an argillic, natric, or calcic horizon and a few have an albic horizon.
However there is a tight band of dolomitic marbles with calcic silicate intercalations between glandular orthogneisses in the Artinuelo valley from 1550 m to 2100 m.
Monitoring Humic Acid Formation Processes and Soil Physical Properties in Semiarid Calcic Soil Treated with Wine Vinasses.
Soil at the Stansbury site was a Calcic Mottled-Hypematric Yellow Sodosol (lsbell 1997) consisting of a deep, infertile, siliceous sandy A (0.