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vit·ri·fi·ca·tion

(vit'ri-fi-kā'shŭn),
Conversion of dental porcelain (frit) to a glassy substance by heat and fusion.
[L. vitrium, glassy, + facio, to make]

vitrification

[vit′rifikā′shən]
the conversion of a silicate material by heat and fusion to a glassy substance. Heat converts the material into a viscous liquid, which hardens on cooling.

vit·ri·fi·ca·tion

(vit'ri-fi-kā'shŭn)
Conversion of dental porcelain to a glassy substance by heat and fusion.
[L. vitrum, glass, + facio, to make]

vit·ri·fi·ca·tion

(vit'ri-fi-kā'shŭn)
Conversion of dental porcelain (frit) to a glassy substance by heat and fusion.
[L. vitrium, glassy, + facio, to make]

vitrification (vit´rifikā´shən),

n the act, instance, art, or process of converting dental porcelain (frit) to a glassy substance; the process of becoming vitreous by heat and fusion.
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