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carbonize

(kăr′bŏn-īz)
To char or convert into charcoal.
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Effect of activation time, temperature of carbonization and impregnation percentage on Oil and grease removal: Figure 3 shows the percentage removal increase from 10%, 20%, and 30 % but slightly decrease after 40% and 50% for 500[degrees]C, 600[degrees]C, and 700[degrees]C of carbonization where, 20% >10% > 30% > 40%> 50%.
Encouraging results were obtained and a further study addressing the reaction mechanism of tobermotite carbonization will be implemented.
Table 1 summarizes the carbonization yields of wood char powder after going through thermal and acid treatments.
The maximum stretching tension at the first stage carbonization is related to the AI value of oxidized fiber.
Relevance : Smart Grid, which adjusts energy supply and consumption by networking conventional and renewable energy services, forms part of solutions for energy saving and low carbonization.
Synthesis of the BODA-DPO monomer, polymerization (initially to a processable intermediate and subsequently to a stabilized polynaphthalene network) and carbonization are shown in Fig.
Moreover, resin impregnation has an important influence on the property of woodceramics, converting the material into glassy carbon during the process of carbonization.
It is believed that stable char forming by the catalyzing carbonization of Fe-OMT is responsible for the improvement of flame retardant.
Effect of Rare-Earth Doping on Thermoelectric Properties of Porous SiC Synthesized by Silicon Carbonization Technique
In this situation, the proposing company, AVA-CO2 has the objective to demonstrate and commercialize their proprietary technology for hydrothermal carbonization (HTC) to the conditions of sewage sludge, showing clearly technical and economic advantages against the current sludge incineration method.
IP1850 is designed to minimize problems such as crosslinking, gel formation, and carbonization in LDPE, LLDPE, and HDPE applications.
Woodceramics are porous carbon materials produced by high temperature carbonization of woody materials impregnated with phenol-formaldehyde (PF) resin.