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the conversion of metals into their oxides as a result of heating to a high temperature

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Based on the fact that in Sweden and western Finland a tradition to use calcinated clay and a temper of calcite-limestone was confirmed for sure during the existence of the Pitted Ware, gives a possibility to assume that this particular kind of temper was also used by potters on the Karelian Isthmus.
(f) TEM image of HSP calcinated at 500[degrees]C for 2 hr in air condition.
Then calcinated at 700[degrees]C in a furnace evaporate the nitrates and hydrates from the structure.
After subsequent crushing of the tablets and homogenizing the calcinated mass by milling the mass was pressed again into tablets to fire ceramics at 1400-1550 K for one to three hours.
Furthermore, the adsorbents prepared by the impregnation method with SiO2 as carrier, CuCl loaded coefficient of 25.0 wt% and calcinated at 400 AdegC showed higher separation effects.
Calcinated calcium killing of Escherichia coli O157:H7, Salmonella, and Listeria monocytogenes on the surface of tomatoes.
The waste egg shells were calcinated in the pretreatment process for effective adsorption of heavy metals.
The micron-sized Razor shells powder was calcinated in a high temperature muffle furnace (KSL-1700X-A4, MTI Corporation, USA), at a target temperature of 850[degrees]C for 2.5 h.
Fig.(4) shows the TEM images of Ni[Fe.sub.2][O.sub.4] and [Ni.sub.0.5][Zn.sub.0.5][Fe.sub.2][O.sub.4]samples calcinated at 700[degrees]C, which exhibited the size of nanoparticles which formed nickel -zinc nanofibers of ferrite by TEM micrograph is about (28.95nm) for Ni[Fe.sub.2][O.sub.4], while for [Ni.sub.0.5][Zn.sub.0.5][Fe.sub.2][O.sub.4](26.32nm)similar trend with the size calculated by Scherer formula.
The mixture stirred for 8h at 100[degrees]C and finally the mixture calcinated at 600[degrees]C for 1 h in the presence of nitrogen to form iron oxide/activated carbon composite.
In the calcinated distortions of Elisabeth Frink's Harbinger Bird sculptures of the early '60s, for instance, one begins to see a new kind of form, in which volumes and surface textures seem shaped directly by the unseen forces described in the civil defence films of the period--'heat', 'blast', and 'fallout'.
The used model composite brake material contains the following components: 1) calcinated petroleum coke which is a by-product of the coke refinery process which upgrades fuel oil by heating and cracking it to the higher valued gasoline, jet and diesel components.
The resulting powder with a red-brown color was calcinated at 600[degrees]C for 6 h.