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carbonize

(kăr′bŏn-īz)
To char or convert into charcoal.
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The substrates studied were as follows: carbonized rice husks (CRH); commercial substrate Plantmax[R] (COM) composed of carbonized rice husks, composted pinus bark, bovine vermicompost and vermiculite; a mixture of vermiculite and carbonized rice husks in a 1:1 proportion (MIX_1); and a mixture of vermiculite and washed sand in a 1:1 proportion (MIX_2).
Oka H, Rungrattanakasin W (1993) Improvement of sandy soil in the Northeast by using carbonized rice husks.
The primary objective of this study was to conduct a preliminary investigation to determine the potential for use of carbon preforms made from wood-based materials in the production of high-value composites by evaluating some of the basic physical and mechanical properties of carbonized medium density fiberboard (CMDF) infused with epoxy and phenolic resins.
According to a report in Epoch Times, excavation in the Xiezi Area of Hubei Province yielded a total of 402 cultural relics, including carbonized rice.
The first experiment was a 3 x 3 x 2 factorial experiment, which involved three yam genotypes (TDr 97/00940, TDr 335 and TDr 98/01230); 3 planting media (non--sterilized top soil, carbonized rice husk and sterilized top soil) and 2 hormone treatments (wood ash and 1% IBA).
site/ material length width thickness context (mm) (mm) (mm) Dalma DA11 carbonized -- 7.
Collected so far are carbonized, handwritten sheet music, a poker chip, a porcelain doll, enameled bowls, a nail file, a key, buttons, scissors, rosary beads and pieces of J and G Meakin china from Hanley, England.
Cites Successful Deployment of Carbon Model Studio, Carbonized Models of Third-Party IP
The full-color illustrations display buildings, sculpture, mosaics, frescos and everyday objects, even the famous carbonized loaf of bread.
It loosens carbonized and degraded resins and colorants.
witnessed a carbonized cotton thread filament within a glass bulb glow for about 14 hours, creating the world's first practical light bulb.
The carbonized bits of stem are black, brittle, and shiny, and they leave streaks when rubbed against other materials.