burnt deposit

burnt deposit

[′bərnt di′päz·ət]
(metallurgy)
A dark, powdery deposit obtained by excessive current density in electroplating.
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At Gosforth magistrates' court Melanie Bulman, prosecuting, said: "On November 11, 2004, a Newcastle council ranger came across a burnt deposit of garage waste.
When the vessels were used as lamps, van Diest noted patterns of sooting and burnt deposits consistent with those observed on Ertebolle bowls.
Burnt deposits including animal bones have been reported from the Late Bronze Age sanctuary at Kato Syme, on Crete, but the faunal material is still under study.