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carbonize

(kăr′bŏn-īz)
To char or convert into charcoal.
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Tomino K (2008) Organizing of eco-brand system in agricultural crops using carbonizing technology.
The objective of this study was to measure the far-infrared ray emission and electrical properties of woodceramics as influenced by resin impregnation ratio and carbonizing temperature.
Samples from the first board were treated with varying resin impregnation ratios while a carbonizing temperature of 800[degrees]C, heating rate of 4[degrees]C/min, and duration of 2 hours remained constant.
Figures 1 through 4 show the results of the measurements of the far-infrared ray emission values and emission energy values of the wood-ceramics that were manufactured by carbonizing at 800[degrees]C for varying resin impregnation ratios and also with a resin impregnation ratio of 70 percent for varying carbonizing temperatures.
Woodceramics" are new, porous, carbonaceous materials that are formed by impregnating a thermosetting resin into wood or wood-based materials and carbonizing at a high temperature.
The properties of woodceramics are affected by a variety of factors such as the density of the wood or wood-based materials, the carbonizing temperature, the temperature rise rate, and the cooling temperature.
This study was undertaken to provide basic data for the development of woodceramics, utilizing various levels of carbonizing temperatures and resin impregnation percentages, and then investigating the physical properties of the resulting materials.