residual liquid

residual liquid

[rə′zij·ə·wəl ′lik·wəd]
(geology)
The volatile components of a magma that remain in the magma chamber after much crystallization has taken place.
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Meanwhile, Nuvia also recently announced that it had won a multi-million pound contract to remove residual liquid metal coolant from Dounreay Fast Reactor.
You will know instantly if it's going to work, and any residual liquid will evaporate.
One of the limitations is that the residual liquid becomes reddish, which worsens the endoscopic view.
The solidification process is divided into two stages: the precipitation of [alpha]-Fe as the primary phase and the eutectic reaction of L [right arrow] [alpha]-Fe + [beta]([Fe.sub.2]B) of the residual liquid phase.
This easily deformable layer signaled the team towards residual liquid left over from the ocean too.
It is the slightly sour, residual liquid which remains after butter is churned and is flecked with tiny spots of sweet, creamy butter that did not quite make it to the top.
As the maturity increases, the residual liquid hydrocarbons will be further cracked to form more light components and gaseous hydrocarbons, and the pressure in the source rocks will be further increased to promote more hydrocarbon expulsion outside the source rocks [14, 15, 17].
The dye solution, which accumulated on the top surface of logs, could be discharged to residual liquid until the height of the dye solution covered rubber tube 7.
During pressurisation no residual liquid can penetrate into the empty bottles.
When the tea is finished steeping they pull up on the tea tab/string, fold the T Sleeve in half, squeeze the residual liquid out and discard.
After dispensing, and before releasing the plunger, deliver any residual liquid remaining in the tip by touching the tip to the side of the container.