dead-burn

dead-burn

[′ded ‚bərn]
(mining engineering)
A calcination to produce a dense refractory substance; done at a higher temperature and for a longer time than for normal calcination.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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MGX also plans to make representative samples of caustic calcined magnesia (CCM) and dead-burned magnesia (DBM) available to potential customers for further evaluation.
In February 2000, the EU set definitive anti-dumping duties on Chinese imports of dead-burned (sintered) magnesia at the difference between the import price and Euro 120.
In February 2000, the EU set definitive anti-dumping duties on imports of Chinese dead-burned (sintered) magnesia at the difference between the import price and Euro 120.
The most important products by import volume subject to measures are bicycles and their parts, fluorescent lamps, dead-burned magnesium and fluorspar.
The European Union set definitive anti-dumping duties on Chinese imports of dead-burned (sintered) magnesia on February 14 at whatever the difference is between the import price and Euro 120.