oxidizing atmosphere

oxidizing atmosphere

[′äk·sə‚dīz·iŋ ′at·mə‚sfir]
(chemistry)
Gaseous atmosphere in which an oxidation reaction occurs; usually refers to the oxidation of solids.
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The apparatus for the analysis of thermal resistance and weight loss in an oxidizing atmosphere or neutral - 1 Art.
SCR technology is designed to permit NOx reduction reactions to take place in an oxidizing atmosphere.
Two firing schedules were selected (i) An oxidizing atmosphere was used to the maturing temperature of the glaze and the kiln was then sealed and allowed to cool to 700oC and reducing atmosphere for 25 to 30 minutes rising temperature from 50o to 70oC.
This oxide is commonly on the surface of stainless steel when exposed to oxidizing atmosphere.
6] C provides resistance to thermal shock up to 1200 O in an oxidizing atmosphere and permits its use with rapid variation in temperature in that zone.
The materials selected included carbonates, nitrates, borates, sulfates and several metal oxides, each of which is capable of providing an oxidizing atmosphere under equilibrium conditions at the pouring temperatures employed.
x] reduction in an oxidizing atmosphere, and has contributed significantly in the areas of supported Au catalysis and hydrocarbon cracking over acidic zeolites.
Upon admission of an oxidizing atmosphere, carbon black burns off leaving ash.
Instead, Carmichael suspects that all the titanohematites resulted from the magma interacting with the oxidizing atmosphere of the earth.
In addition, all are fitted with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology; using AdBlue urea solution poured in a separate on-board tank, this permits nitrogen oxide (NOx) reduction reactions to take place in an oxidizing atmosphere, cutting NOx exhaust emissions.
The refractory sheet exhibits a low coefficient of expansion which provides remarkable resistance to the thermal shock up to 1200C in an oxidizing atmosphere and permits its use with rapid variation in temperature in that zone.