thermalité


thermalité

thermalité [ tɛrmalite ] n. f.
• 1834; de thermal
Didact. Propriété d'une eau naturelle qui sort de la source à une température relativement élevée (plus de 20-25 °C).

thermalité nom féminin Nature, qualité, température des eaux thermales.

thermalité [tɛʀmalite] n. f.
ÉTYM. 1834; de thermal.
Didact. Propriété d'une eau naturelle qui sort de la source à une température relativement élevée (plus de 20-25 °C).

Encyclopédie Universelle. 2012.

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