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muffle

1
a kiln with an inner chamber for firing porcelain, enamel, etc., at a low temperature

muffle

2
the fleshy hairless part of the upper lip and nose in ruminants and some rodents

Muffle

 

a closed chamber in which material to be heated in a furnace is placed in order to prevent contact with products of combustion of fuel. Heat is transmitted to the material being heated through the wall of the muffle, which is made of molded firebrick or heat-resistant steel. In a number of cases, muffles are filled with a special protective gas. Compartment furnaces equipped with a muffle are frequently called muffle furnaces.

muffle

1. A material used to build up the core of a large plaster molding.
2. To deaden sound.
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A new LOI method has been developed that uses a microwave muffle furnace and crucibles to obtain combustion.
But 36-year-old Millward told magistrates she had not been able to lay carpet to muffle the noise because she was waiting for repairs to her house.
The volatiles test differs from the LOI in that a lid is placed on the crucible and the muffle furnace is set at 1200F.
Their seaside illusion is tenable because of the meticulously worked out design of an addition to their house: it muffles freeway noise and creates visual diversion while providing needed extra space for entertaining.
Using the tongs, the covered crucible containing the sample is transferred to the muffle furnace.
purchase of a retort kit with a muffle and a stand for an electric furnace of a cement grouting machine sshtsm 6.
I admire this book, though, for raising this issue and for providing a clear, coherent, and nuanced picture of the way the mass media muffle democratic debate.
This technique, called decoupling, would muffle the blast.
Fortunately the Mersey Tunnel will muffle the suicidal screams and the Peter Ridsdale death threats, as the reality that Leeds are now two leagues behind Wigan Athletic kicks in.
Photo: Cavities and dry alluvium (gravel) can muffle, or decouple, an explosion that would otherwise produce much higher-magnitude seismic waves in hard rock.
Request for quotations : muffle furnace snol 4/900 lsc 01 (50900 ) with electronic thermostat or analogue, high temperature oven (up to 1300), 58l low-temperature drying cabinet, snol 7.