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heat a substance so that it oxidizes or reduces

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Furthermore, calcinations of the test material disclosed that fabrication of a single particle was a result of homocoagulation of submicron sized primary particles that formed secondary agglomerates of MnCO3 particles [32].
The calcinations of waste paper sludge with 600 degC temperature with 3 hours duration demonstrated the peak with maximum number of counts of silica content as illustrated in figure 3.
Quick lime so produced, is added to water pits/containers immediately after calcinations.
The increasing in average crystalline size and lattice constant may be because of using high calcination temperature reached to 700[degrees]C.
The well control of the calcination temperature contributes to getting well-defined yolk-shell magnetic hybrid microspheres.
The most simple methods are precipitation reactions followed by a calcinations step.
Then, the mixtured powders were calcined using various calcination temperatures, ranging from 500 to 850 [degrees]C, for 2 h and at 800 [degrees]C for 4, 6 and 8 h.
iii) calcination, sintering or chemical conversion of the precursor into the desired ceramic at elevated temperature, with the removal of organic components from the precursor fibers (15).
Foundry 'C', Training Directorate, Calcinations and Smelter 'B' have already reached the semi-finals of the competition.
Phlogopite has a lower dielectric strength, but has a higher calcinations temperature of 800[degrees]C.
It will cause its thermal stability decrease, so that the pores structure is broken during calcinations process.
The a-TCP peak only appears in the 2 mol% Sr-doped HA powder after calcinations at 900[degrees]C confirming the formation of biphasic mixtures.
Sets of experiments were performed to investigate the effect of catalysts' calcinations temperature on the dehydration of lactic acid with C[O.
A numerical thermoelectric model of the electric calcinator was developed with application of generalized physical properties of bulk layer of Donetsk anthracite, using which for the first time data were obtained on distribution of electric potential and density of current, temperature, and heat flow density in two- and three-stage calcinations of anthracite.
For decades, DOE used calcinations to convert liquid radioactive waste to a dry solid and DOE tried to characterize Calciner emissions.