ash content

ash content

[′ash ′kän‚tent]
(materials)
The mass of incombustible material remaining after burning a given coal sample as a percentage of the original mass of the coal.
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Another set of samples was prepared by mixing equal amounts of granite and marble wastes without any ash content.
Tenders are invited for M12682 of hard coke as per is - 439 / 1976, size of coal (+) 6" and above having maximum ash content of 25-30%
Summary: New Delhi [India], December 4 (ANI): In the wake of recent reports of ash content found in popular instant noodle, Maggi, Nestle India while rubbishing the same clarified that the product is 100 percent safe for consumption.
Singh said while the 2015 ban was because of high levels of lead, the penalty was because of elevated levels of ash content.
The effect on the viscosity and ash content of the coal tar were investigated by altering temperature, time, and the amount of quinolone and Zn(OH)2.
A total of twelve bakery biscuits from each bakery were used for analysis of physical characteristics like average weight (g) and average diameter (cm) chemical characteristics like pH values, moisture content (%), fat content (%), protein content (%), carbohydrate content (%), ash content (%) and Total solids content (%) were determined by AOCC methods and sensorial attributes likes color, flavor, taste, texture was rated at hedonic scale of 10 while for crispness and overall acceptability, it was 20 and 40 respectively as described by Amerine et al.
For estimation of ash content, 1 g of homogenized sample was taken in pre-weighed heat resistant china clay crucibles and put in a Muffle furnace (Sybron Thermolyne, 1300) for 7 h at 500degC, cooled in desiccators, reweighed to calculate ash content and described as % ash wet body weight.
Differences of NaOH concentration treatment and time process on ash content of hair concentrate presented in Figure 5.
16 m in length can be used as raw material without quality loss or ash content out of the range of the wood pellet standard.
Wheat cultivar Ghaznavi-98 and Siran-2008 were higher in ash content whereas higher crude protein content was recorded in wheat cultivars Bathoor-2007, Uqab-2000 and Siran-2008.