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quenched

Said of a metal which was first heated and then cooled by contact with a liquid, gas, or solid, for the purpose of hardening or tempering.
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"The welders, engineers or contractors might not be aware of the prohibitions on quenched tempered steel," she added.
However, in a study conducted by the Department of Science and Technology - Metal Industry Research and Development Center (DOST-MIRDC) entitled, "Characterization of Locally-Manufactured Quenched and Self-Tempered Reinforcing Steel Bars," the rebar process through quench-tempering and thermomechanical treatment passed all the chemical, physical, and mechanical requirements.
Caption: FIGURE 3: DSC curves of [([Fe.sub.0.39] [Co.sub.0.15] [Ni.sub.0.46]).sub.82-x] [B.sub.16+x][Si.sub.6] as- quenched ribbons.
As astronomers detect quenched non-star-forming galaxies at different distances (and therefore times after the Big Bang), they now can more easily pinpoint what quenching mechanism was at work.
The quenched strength of these ions in the descending order was: lead ion > calcium ion > sodium ion.
A cylinder head quenched by 1 jet represent low cooling rate quenching process and 2 jets high cooling rate quenching process.
Depending on the treatment specification, components maybe air cooled, hot or cold water quenched or polymer quenched.
The plate is heated to 490[degrees]C and then quenched in the water cooling region.
Among the new products are Dove Quench Absolute Ultra Nourishing Shampoo and Conditioner, Dove Quench Absolute Supreme Creme Serum and Dove Quench Absolute Intensive Restoration Mask, which the company says delivers four times more defined, natural curls and provides five key benefits for all curl needs: improved manageability, quenched dryness, smoothness, strength and nourishment.
If we assume that the fluorophore is quenched both by the collision and by the complex formation with the same quencher, the modified Stern-Volmer equation [12] describes the fractional fluorescence remaining (7/7[degrees]).

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