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cal·cine

(kal'sēn),
To expel water and volatile matter by heat.

calcine

(kăl′sĭn)
1. To expel water and volatile materials by heating to a high temperature.
2. A powder produced by roasting.
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The results indicated that the sample calcined at 600[degrees]C achieved the best performance towards photodegradation of CR dye.
Some 40 to 50 per cent of our total strategic raw material imports each year comprise alumina, the balance comprising calcined petroleum coke, liquid pitch, baked anodes, aluminium fluoride, potlining materials, process materials and refractory items," he said.
s]) of the samples (paper sludge ash and calcined limestone) were determined by the mass gain with time recorded in a personal computer from an electronic balance based on the CaO molecule as:
Hydrous and calcined clays provide physical strength, impact and compression resistance.
Previous literature shows that calcined at 800[degrees]C (16) will give good results, but again the problem will appear during powder compaction.
MALLA: An excellent example of this process is the development of low abrasion, high brightness, calcined clay.
2% at the 20%-by-volume rate for calcined clay, extruded diatomaceous earth, vitrified clay, and zeolite, respectively.
The RPs (particle size 46-53 [micro]m) were calcined for 1 h in a muffle furnace.
In particulated sand grains, where the grain-to-grain bond is broken and the sand is coated with a clean layer of resin unexposed to thermal degradation (yellowsand), it appears that clay can bond just as well to resin coating as it can to new or calcined sands.
The largest producer of calcined coke is "Plant Shales', producing up to 275 tons of calcined coke per year.
Tenders are invited for Calcined technical soda, grade B, grade
The co-precipitate powders were calcined at 600_900 C for 3 hours separately, resulting in dry powders, which contain dual phase.