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magma Sentence Examples

  • The magma, or molten lava in the interior of the earth, may be regarded as a mutual solution of various mineral silicates, charged with highly-heated vapour, sometimes to the extent of supersaturation.

  • There the reaction mentioned above takes place, and Owing to the concentration of the liquid the sodium bicarbonate formed is to a great extent precipitated in the shape of small crystals, forming with the mother-liquor a thin magma.

  • It consists chiefly of elaeolite-syenite and other rocks derived from the same igneous magma.

  • Note that not every trivial additive magma is an additive magma is an additive magma-with-zero, but every trivial additive magma-with-zero is an additive group.

  • This may explain why alkali basalts carry mostly spinel peridotites although the magma originated at deeper depth of garnet peridotites zone.

  • The superstructure crashed into the empty magma chamber, leaving the caldera, a hole where the magma chamber had been.

  • Instead, the seismic imaging of magma chambers in ridge areas appears to be questionable.

  • convinced of the importance of Magma.

  • As the subducting oceanic crust melts as it goes deeper into the Earth, the newly-created magma rises to the surface and forms volcanoes.

  • In igneous rocks, the potassium-argon " clock " is set the moment the rock first crystallizes from magma.

  • I was standing in front of him, staring the Magma Members out with all the coldness and utter detestation I could muster.

  • emplacement of magma and its solidification to igneous rock known locally as greenstones) also occurred.

  • We live on that incredibly fragile, thin layer of plates floating on the subterranean sea of magma.

  • froth produced during an eruption of gas-rich magma.

  • F. Magma is intruded into older rocks and crystallizes into a pink igneous rock called granophyre.

  • The notes cover the basic principles of igneous petrology including magma crystallization, igneous petrology including magma crystallization, igneous textures, magmatic differentiation and the naming of igneous rocks.

  • mafic magma.

  • magma's music has always been outside any musical fashion, be it disco, punk or jazz-rock.

  • magma from the mantle to the surface.

  • magma cooled fairly slowly in the Earth's crust.

  • The iron-rich minerals in the magma record the direction of the Earth's magnetic field at the time when the rising magma solidified.

  • The molten rock, called magma, has reached the surface of Mount Pinatubo.

  • magma formed in these regions, called subduction zones, makes its way to the surface and forms volcanoes.

  • magma intruded onto bedding planes of sedimentary rocks.

  • Note that not every trivial near-additive magma is a near-additive magma-with-zero, but every trivial near-additive magma-with-zero is a near-additive group.

  • In turn, these parameters are used to obtain the vertical seismic velocity profile in the gas-charged magma.

  • In this dynamical process the time delay between infrasonic pulses should reflect the gas nucleation interval of 1-2 s of basaltic magma.

  • The Japanese islands have been formed from the molten magma released by the melting Philippines Plate.

  • Note that not every trivial additive magma is an additive magma-with-zero, but every trivial additive magma-with-zero is an additive group.

  • The water is heated by the hot magma which is underground.

  • magma chambers in ridge areas appears to be questionable.

  • magma reservoir will be developed.

  • magma ocean.

  • magma rings.

  • magma flow directions.

  • magma storage and differentiation prior to eruption.

  • molten magma released by the melting Philippines Plate.

  • This may explain why alkali basalts carry mostly spinel peridotites although the magma originated at deeper depth of garnet peridotites zone.

  • The notes cover the basic principles of igneous petrology including magma crystallization, igneous textures, magmatic differentiation and the naming of igneous rocks.

  • predetermined by the conditions and timescales of magma storage and differentiation prior to eruption.

  • A massive underwater land slump or partial subsidence suddenly left the highly pressurized magma chamber wide open.

  • ZAO - the cream of the Magma school have had their third album reissued on CD.

  • A theory to quantify the amount of melt in the magma reservoir will be developed.

  • When this is slow you get bigger igneous rock crystals from magma.

  • silicic magma generate flow banding and earthquakes?

  • spinel peridotites although the magma originated at deeper depth of garnet peridotites zone.

  • MAGMA CONCERT NEWS The Magma concert in Reims (Stella says it is planned for September 94) will include a symphony orchestra.

  • It appears to have crystallized from the magma at a very early period of con FIG.

  • In some cases it appears to have segregated from a basic eruptive magma, and in other cases to have resulted from metamorphic action.

  • He stated that " he had made a magma of sugar and water at atmospheric temperature, and heated the same to 190° or 200° F.

  • in a water or steam bath, and then added more sugar or a thinner magma, and the whole being then in a state of imperfect fluidity, but so as to close readily behind the stirrer, was filled into moulds and purged " (drained).

  • In this process the raw sugar is mixed with a small amount of syrup so as to form a suitable magma, and is then run into a continuous centrifugal, where it is sufficiently washed, and from which it runs out, comparatively clean, into the melting pans described above.

  • The magma, or molten lava in the interior of the earth, may be regarded as a mutual solution of various mineral silicates, charged with highly-heated vapour, sometimes to the extent of supersaturation.

  • On the other hand, the occurrence in meteoric stones, and the experiments mentioned above, show that the diamond may also crystallize from a basic magma, capable of yielding some of the metallic oxides and ferro-magnesian silicates; a magma, therefore, which is not devoid of oxygen.

  • Finally, then, both experiment and the natural occurrence in rocks and meteorites suggest that diamond may crystallize not only from iron but also from a basic silicate magma, possibly from various rocks consisting of basic silicates.

  • There the reaction mentioned above takes place, and Owing to the concentration of the liquid the sodium bicarbonate formed is to a great extent precipitated in the shape of small crystals, forming with the mother-liquor a thin magma.

  • It consists chiefly of elaeolite-syenite and other rocks derived from the same igneous magma.

  • ZAO - the cream of the Magma school have had their third album reissued on CD.

  • When this is slow you get bigger igneous rock crystals from magma.

  • This PhD project will be concerned with the modeling of several magma flow conditions and the corresponding seismic wavefield.

  • Repeated fracture and healing of silicic magma generate flow banding and earthquakes?

  • MAGMA CONCERT NEWS The Magma concert in Reims (Stella says it is planned for September 94) will include a symphony orchestra.

  • Mining - Occasionally you'll come across a mountain with liquid hot magma pouring from within.

  • Use a pokemon with the Flame Body or Magma armor and the time it takes to hatch an egg will be cut in half.

  • Get Kyorgre and Groudon out of the cave by using Magma and Aqua.

  • The Magma character's storyline that sorely cut into the multiplayer aspect of the first game has also been thrown out to make room for more interesting highlights, like kicking butt with three of your friends.

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