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turn into carbon, as by burning

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As for emergency data, first count and speed of emergency in powdered wood substrates, and carbonized rice straw reported a significant reduction.
The carbonized rice hull was the fertilizer's brown, the source said.
After heat treatment, they were left with a mixture of carbonized biomass and manganese oxides.
Tendu leaf refuse and chemically carbonized tendu leaf refuse attained equlibrium within 2 hour for phenol concentration 10-25 mg/L and 1 hour for phenol concentration 20-200 mg/L respectively (9).
One of the promising areas of application of lignin is in the production of carbonized fibers.
Grease applied on the power window switch on the driver's side may be carbonized due to sparks when it is used, which could cause a malfunction of the switch, the ministry said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 20, 2011-Hybrid Coating Technologies Inc files for new US patent, replacing petroleum based resin with carbonized soybean oil(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
In 1879, using lower current electricity, a small carbonized filament, and an improved vacuum inside the globe, he was able to produce a reliable, long-lasting source of light.
Material options are natural and carbonized bamboo, red oak, maple or Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) ash, each available in eight stain colors and unfinished poplar.
The One Step Fryer Boil-Out (FBO) Program is designed to clean carbonized soils from fryers and other industrial food manufacturing equipment.
Each unit features private keyed elevator entry, outdoor space (some with juliette balconies) carbonized bamboo floors, travertine stone baths with soaking tubs and radiant heated floors, open European style kitchens with a fall suite of Bosch appliances, washers and dryers and private storage space.
22] reported that mini tubers were produced from two varieties of Dioscorea rotundata using vine cuttings planted in carbonized rice husk or coco-peat in a screen house.
In 1986, the 'Technical Research Association for Multiuse of Carbonized Materials' (TRA) was established with government support, and studies on the multiuse of charcoal and wood vinegar were performed, including improvement of carbonisation technology, soil amendments in agriculture and forestry, activation of microorganisms, and water purification.
They discuss sorbents used to collect and analyze air pollutants; methanol and CaO based sorbents used for various applications; the use of solid-phase microextraction (SPME) fibers in photochemical studies; the adsorptivity of a basic dye, methylene Blue, on wood; the sorption of phosphorus in soil and ions from aqueous materials; the properties of carbonized sorbents based on plant raw material; the use of magnetic sorbents for detoxification of blood; and sorbents for dye removal from water.
of Texas-Austin) explains that Philodemus (ca 110-40 BC) studied with the Epicurean Zeno in Athens, then went to Rome probably about 88-86 where he hobnobbed with the political and literary elite and did most of his writing, little of which was known in the original until discovered in the middle of the 18th century carbonized by the eruption of Vesuvius.