carbonyl process

carbonyl process

[′kär·bə‚nil ‚präs·əs]
(metallurgy)
A process in powder metallurgy for the production of iron, nickel, and iron-nickel alloy powders for magnetic applications.
A process used in putting a metallic coating on molybdenum tungsten and other metals.
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Some years after this footage was shot the family moved to Clydach, Mr Priddey having obtained a job at 'the Mond' - a nickel carbonyl refinery opened in 1902 and built by Ludwig Mond, inventor of the nickel carbonyl process.
99%) is produced by Inco Ltd using the well-established carbonyl process which depends on the formation and decomposition of nickel carbonyl gas (Boldt, 1967).
Falcioni, "Modeling of Heat Transfer in a Moving Packed Bed: Case of the Preheater in Nickel Carbonyl Process," Trans.