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carbonize

(kăr′bŏn-īz)
To char or convert into charcoal.
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Other researchers reported that noncarbonised and carbonised rice husks enhanced arbuscular mycorrhiza formation of some crop plants by improving the physical soil properties when each material was added to the topsoil (Ezawa et al.
The unearthed tomb is a vertical earthen pit tomb, which is very common in that period, and because of the ancient nature of the site, the traditionally wooden coffin and body within have long-since carbonised.
The sculpture, made of carbonised and fine wires, took between 70 and 100 hours to make.
Elaborating further, Jahanzeb said that there are 20 per cent local markets of Beverages in Carbonised Soft Drinks (CSD), 9 per cent of Bottled Water and 6 per cent of Juice.
Peat is normally a million years old and is an accumulation of partly carbonised plant material normally found in waterlogged areas.
This carbon rich water is passed over heated basalt to make carbonised materials.
She's had his ashes carbonised into a diamond the size of a satsuma and is nagging his ghost to find out who killed him.
Equipment used for pre- paring and cooking food was also dirty with patches of congealed and carbonised black grease.
However, carbonised hair provides much less information about the structure than a 3D hair preserved in amber," Vullo added.
These include greasy shorn wool, including fleece-washed wool, shorn wool, degreased wool, carbonised wool, all neither carded nor combed.
What makes it unique is that the billet is made up of six strands of carbonised iron, which have been micro-welded with flux to bond with them.
He welded six separate strands of carbonised iron into a strong blade, using a technique of folding strands of iron, giving a herringbone pattern.