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cal·ci·na·tion

(kal'si-nā'shŭn),
The process of calcining.

calcination

[kal′sinā′shən]
Etymology: L, calcinare, to burn lime
the heating of inorganic materials to drive off water. It is used in dentistry to manufacture plaster and stone from gypsum. Compare calcification.

calcination

The process of heating a solid (e.g., an ore) in air below its melting point to effect thermal decomposition, phase transition or remove volatiles, thereby changing the original solid into something else—e.g., heating calcium carbonate to release CO2 gas and form calcium oxide.

calcination (kal´sinā´shən),

n a process of removing water by heat; used in the manufacture of plaster and stone from gypsum.
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After combustion for several seconds, the loose pink powders formed were rinsed with deionized water and ethanol, filtered, dried at 150 [degrees]C for 2 h, and calcinated at 800 [degrees]C for 4 h to prepare the Ni[Fe.
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They used frit, a calcinated mix which was more susceptible to temperature fluctuations and more easily scratched than hard-paste.
Many sprout farmers currently use calcium hypochlorite to eliminate bacteria from seeds, but organic farmers - who constitute about half the growers - resist this method, so Slade is researching alternative methods of treating seeds, such as thermal processing, electron-beam treatment, and disinfection with hydrogen peroxide or calcinated chloride.