released mineral

released mineral

[ri′lēst ′min·rəl]
(mineralogy)
A mineral formed during the crystallization of a magma due to failure of an earlier phase to react with the liquid portion of the magma.
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The interactive mechanism of citric acid and phytase released minerals (calcium and phosphorus) in fish from phytate- calcium or phosphorus complex so that phytic acid become exposed to phytase for hydrolysis.