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carbonize

(kăr′bŏn-īz)
To char or convert into charcoal.
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At this point it is worth to emphasize that the heating was made resembling inside the muffle furnace to all of the test specimens, as well as the same were arranged randomly, what allow us to discard a significant influence of the carbonization process and the equipment in the obtainment of this result.
After thermostabilization, the glass transition point was not detected, which shows the fibers are suitable for carbonization.
The phenomenon of salt-pocketing upon carbonization in this particular fungal biomass has important implications when it comes to carbon microarchitecture engineering; depending on heat-treatment temperature, these pockets may serve as a natural hard template for generating pores [11].
The carbonization and activation during chemical activation method occurs at the same time.
That's because even though a dimensional scan prior to carbonization adds a few seconds to packaging time, it eliminates the guesswork required of an operator to pick a box.
The impregnated samples were carbonized in the furnace under different temperature at 500[degrees]C, 600[degrees]C, and 700[degrees]C for 1 hour, 2 hour and 3 hour time of carbonization and hold on for 1 hour.
conducted a study on the direct carbonization of tobermorite [5].
The basic knowledge and understanding of coal structure, crucial to understanding of the physical properties of coal and chemistry of conversion processes such as gasification, liquefaction, combustion and carbonization, is gathered through petrology and petrography of the samples.
The CS was heated up to the carbonization temperature of 400[degrees]C at a heating rate of 10[degrees]C /min and was held for 1 hour at the carbonization temperature under [N.
Table 1 summarizes the carbonization yields of wood char powder after going through thermal and acid treatments.
This important step is necessary in preparing the fibers so that they can withstand higher temperatures without decomposing during the carbonization treatment, by further orienting and then cross-linking the molecules (10).