magmatic water


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magmatic water

[mag′mad·ik ′wȯd·ər]
(hydrology)
Water derived from or existing in molten igneous rock or magma. Also known as juvenile water.
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The study, titled "Giant magmatic water reservoirs at mid-crustal depth inferred from electrical conductivity and the growth of the continental crust," was published in the journal (http://www.
In the Hydrogen and Oxygen isotopic diagram, the plotted points of the Linglong granite and Guojialing granodiorite samples are partly located in the usual range of magmatic water.
Using Chandrayaan's data, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) of the US detected magmatic water locked under the surface of the Moon.
Using data from NASA's Moon Mineralogy Mapper (M3) instrument aboard the Indian Space Research Organisation's Chandrayn-1 spacecraft, scientists remotely detected magmatic water, or water that originates from deep within the moon's interior, on the surface of the moon," the space agency said in a statement.
According to NASA, this marks the first time that this form of water has been detected from lunar orbit, but samples brought back by the Apollo astronauts had traces of magmatic water, News.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists have detected magmatic water -- water that originates from deep within the Moon's interior -- on the surface of the Moon.
and lead author of the paper, "Remote detection of magmatic water in Bullialdus Crater on the Moon.
Magmatic water was tied up in biotite and hornblende which had formed earlier.
Common sources of fluids that typically form ore deposits are magmatic water, meteoric (rain) water, sea water, and connate or formation water.
The minerals in Table 3 were deposited by an ore fluid, which was dominantly magmatic water, at temperatures that were measured by the fluid inclusion analyses discussed by Reynolds (this issue).
The abundance of analcime in the rocks toward the top of the intrusion indicates significant retention of magmatic water during crystallization.
Retention of magmatic water within the crystallizing magma by the immediate development of a thick, chilled, impervious margin was the critical factor in the development of the hydrated minerals at Prospect.