muffle furnace


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muffle furnace

[′məf·əl ‚fər·nəs]
(engineering)
A furnace with an externally heated chamber, the walls of which radiantly heat the contents of the chamber.
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074 mm was calcined in a muffle furnace at different temperatures for 1h and the changes in the subsequent leaching rate of [Al.
Figure 1 shows the photographs of a rubber sample containing in-situ precipitated silica before and after ignition in a muffle furnace.
3 mm) were weighed and calcined at certain temperatures in a muffle furnace (the temperature rise speed was 500[degrees]C/h) for a certain period of time.
Another method for testing hot strength is to take a test core from two different resin systems (dip half of each core in coating, if you use coating) and subject them to 900F (482C) in a muffle furnace.
Prior to analysis, the crucibles were placed in a muffle furnace at 800[degrees]C for 10 minutes and then cooled in a desiccator.
Contract notice for Delivery of new production technologies to muffle furnace
The composition of oil shale ashes produced in a muffle furnace at 875[degrees]C is shown in Table 5.
Standard AFS test methods for LOI on new and reclaimed sands, as well as clay combustibles in clay bonded sands, require a 2-hr ignition in a muffle furnace at 1800F (982C).
Tenders are invited for Supply of Muffle Furnace in LMR Lab of Applied Physics Deptt
To simplify the study, the process was distributed into two sequential bench-scale steps: pyrolysis of PVC waste (70% PVC and 30% plasticizer) with oil shale ash in a Fischer retort followed by solid residue combustion in a muffle furnace.