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hydrogenous

[hī′dräj·ə·nəs]
(chemistry)
Of, pertaining to, or containing hydrogen.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Geochemical data are used to determine the origin of mineralization (e.g., hydrothermal, hydrogenous, and diagenetic).
The diagram was used to differentiate between submarine hydrothermal and hydrogenous deposits.
Rare earth, major and trace elements in Jurassic manganese shales of the Northern Calcaeous Alps: hydrothermal versus hydrogenous origin of stratiform manganese deposits.
Among the topics are modeling approaches to heat and mass transfers in porous wicks, mechanisms of intensive heat transfer for different modes of boiling, practical applications of heat pipes and opportunities for innovative applications because of global warming, sorption systems with heat pipe thermal management for storing and transporting hydrogenous gas, and fluid flow and heat transfer with phase change in minichannels and microchannels.
Tier 3 words are words that are specific to different content areas (e.g., spelunker, hydrogenous).
Various discrimination diagrams as proposed by several workers in order to distinguish manganese ores of various origins have been used to understand the hydrothermal or hydrogenous input during the formation of these Mn-ores.
In remission and recurrence, the disturbances of metabolic status of mitochondria compartment was complicated by the inhibition of the key malat-aspartat shunt reaction and hydrogenous gradient was lower1-3.
The CO is converted to carbon dioxide (CO2), which is then separated, leaving a hydrogenous gas used to fire a gas turbine.
Another potential application, considering the low atomic number of the materials, is that the hydrogenous plastic and paper surrounding the indicator could provide neutron detection for criticality accidents, with proper calibrations.