oxidizing flame

oxidizing flame

[′äk·sə‚dīz·iŋ ‚flām]
(chemistry)
A flame, or the portion of it, that contains an excess of oxygen.
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Contract award: delivery built for the needs of the employer apparatus for the determination of organic carbon and mineral complex version of the oven pirolotycznego, oxidizing flame ionization detector and two parallel set of cells to ir - apparatus for the analysis of core samples from exploration drilling for oil and gas institute - national research institute in krakow, ul.
The contract is for the supply of built for the needs of the Employer apparatus for the determination of organic carbon and mineral complex version of the pyrolysis furnace oxidizing flame ionization detector and two parallel set of cells to IR - apparatus for the analysis of core samples from exploration drilling - apparatus for the analysis of core samples with exploration drilling.
Fuel-fired furnace mixtures should produce a slightly oxidizing flame (a flame with slightly green tips).
Contract notice: Delivery built on the ordering of equipment for the determination of organic carbon and mineral complex version of the pyrolysis furnace oxidizing flame ionization detector and two parallel set of cells to ir - apparatus for the analysis of core samples from exploration drilling for oil and gas institute - national research institute in krakow, ul.