The properties of hot springs
Hot and mineral water springs occur in areas of the earth where morphological, tectonic, magmatic and atmospheric conditions are provided.
Hot and mineral water springs occur in areas of the earth where morphological, tectonic, magmatic and atmospheric conditions are provided. In Iran, there are many mineral and hot springs, due to the massive volcanic activity throughout this boundary and the repetition of its cycles from a very long time to the present time. The mineral water is naturally exited from the ground and ordinary water (drinking) differs from the number and type of minerals and dissolved gases. In most of the mineral and hot springs, there are many gases such as hydrogen sulfide (H2O), carbon dioxide and radioactive material. Iran's mineral and warm water is divided into 11 types, which are shown on the map of Iran's mineral and warm water in accordance with international standard colors (ZAH).
The use of mineral water and hot water in ancient times has been considered by humans, and its beginning dates to the history of human civilization.
Most of the gases in the water have therapeutic effects, and industrial use is also common in some countries, and some of these water is supplied as a beverage. The study of mineral and hot water in Iran began in 1306, and in 1307 the first mineral water spring was used in Abali (Haraz road). In 1353, the Geological Survey of Iran studied and explored Iran's mineral springs as part of the work plan And studied about 400 mineral and hot springs in Iran in terms of geology and tectonics and its origin, which resulted in studies in the form of mineral water and hot water with a scale of 2.500,000: 1 per year 1369. Published by the organization. A more detailed study on some of Iran's mineral and warm water and its therapeutic properties in 1340 The springs caused by natural disasters and the springs caused by the burning of stones in the earth's crust. .