theralite


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theralite

[′ther·ə‚līt]
(petrology)
A dark-colored, visibly crystalline rock composed chiefly of pyroxene with smaller amounts of calcic plagioclase and nepheline.
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Dicho tratamiento se ejecuta con la siguiente pauta: HD convencional, con monitor 5008, dializador THERALITE, con pauta de heparina sodica al 1% inicial de 3000 ui y 1000/500 ui horaria durante 8 horas a flujo de 250 ml/min.
The intrusive analogues (theralites, essexitic gabbros, ijolites and essexites) show a holocrystalline inequigranular texture, with diopsidic pyroxene ([Wo.sub.44-51][Fs.sub.8-17]), olivine ([Fo.sub.75-82] to [Fo.sub.44-66]), mica (Ti-phlogopite to Ti-biotite), Timagnetite, alkali feldspar, and nepheline ([Ne.sub.64-80][Ks.sub.20-36]) [+ or -] leucite [+ or -] amphibole.