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calcine

[′kal‚sīn]
(engineering)
To heat to a high temperature without fusing, as to heat unformed ceramic materials in a kiln, or to heat ores, precipitates, concentrates, or residues so that hydrates, carbonates, or other compounds are decomposed and the volatile material is expelled.
To heat under oxidizing conditions.
(materials)
Product of calcining or roasting.

calcine

To heat a substance below the temperature of fusion to drive off chemically combined water or to alter its chemical and physical characteristics.
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Functional group analysis of both raw and calcined eggshell were determined by Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectrometry.
The filter cake was washed by acetic acid solution to remove impurities and calcined in a muffle furnace at 900 [degrees]C for 2 h.
As governed by the agreement, we expect to import 650,000 metric tonnes of calcined petroleum coke, 150,000 metric tonnes of liquid pitch and 3.
For the calcined ceramic forms it is sufficient a permeability of 15 .
The proximate and ash analyses of the paper sludge and calcined limestone (Kangwon Province, Korea) used as a reference material are shown in Table 1.
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Among the departed is chapter President Colleen Burghardt, CFO of CII Carbon LLC, a producer of calcined petroleum coke for the aluminum industry, who told chapter officers that her company's relocation to Texas was permanent.
The spray dried powder was calcined at 300[degrees]C for 2 hrs and 350[degrees]C for 3hrs.
The need to cut costs to compete globally necessitates reducing high cost pigments such as titanium dioxide and calcined clays.
Some RPs are calcined during beneficiation to remove impurities, to increase P concentration, or to make Fe- and Al-phosphate impurities more available to plants (Milnes 1976).
In particulated sand grains, where the grain-to-grain bond is broken and the sand is coated with a clean layer of resin unexposed to thermal degradation (yellowsand), it appears that clay can bond just as well to resin coating as it can to new or calcined sands.
The prices of kaolin produced in the USA and Brazil, including calcined kaolin products, will increase by 5 to 7%.