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Make or become free of unwanted or excess gas.[with object] ‘the column has not been degassed’[no object] ‘the summit craters were degassing freely’
- ‘Both lipid and protein solutions were degassed under vacuum immediately before use.’
- ‘If this happens slowly, the gas bubbles will slowly migrate through the magma and degas.’
- ‘Faults provide additional pathways, such as dykes, for magma transport and also may help to degas the magma during its ascent.’
- ‘Excess solution was removed and fresh degassed buffer solution was added to the sample and allowed to incubate for 30-60 min before imaging.’
- ‘All solutions were degassed by evacuation to reduce the noise.’
- ‘Depending on the initial volatile content of the ‘primary’ or ‘deep’ magma, volatile saturation is reached at a certain point, and the magma begins to degas.’
- ‘Mud volcanoes are an important global mechanism for degassing deeply buried sediments and it has been estimated that several thousand occur globally.’
- ‘Solutions were degassed under vacuum before use.’
- ‘First, we assume that the magma degassing process is open, meaning that gas and bubbles are lost from the magma during degassing.’
- ‘Solvents were filtered and degassed by sonification and vacuum before use.’
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