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turn into carbon, as by burning

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Several studies about carbonized rice husks, like the ones by Faria et al.
In Japan, charcoal businesses focusing on agricultural uses for charcoal were expected to grow significantly after scientific studies were performed in the 1980s by the Technical Research Association for Multiuse of Carbonized Materials and others, but the market has stagnated since the mid-1990s.
of carbonized ash throughout the home warm the spaces beautifully.
Patent 8,623,124 (January 7,2014), "Polymer Blends and Carbonized Polymer Blends," Seyed Saeid Hosseini and Tai-Shung Chung (National University of Singapore, Singapore).
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.
The Sedona's architect, Frank Denner, has added private outdoor space for each unit, carbonized bamboo floors, walk-in closets, radiant heated fleers, open European-style kitchens, washer/dryers and private keyed elevator entry.
A variety of grains and seeds were found, and experts believe there may be carbonized wheat among the plant findings at the site.
BamPly(R) comes in vertical and horizontal grain with either a natural or carbonized color.
Meanwhile, scientists at the University of Delaware report that carbonized chicken feather fibers may be an ideal hydrogen storage substance.
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.
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.
Made of carbonized bamboo and food-grade melamine bowls, the Bowlboard was created by Melbourne-based designer Kaln Lucas, designsabroad.
It should be noted, though, that as the Mehrgarh examples were not carbonized this difference may be due to the fact that they have not suffered from shrinkage as a result of the burning process.
The badge can be combined with the One-Write Sign-In System, which allows a visitor to sign in on a carbonized log sheet that transfers the visitor's name onto the pass.