- Redefining The Next Industrial Energy Revolution One Molecule At A Time: Nano
- This final stage is known as calcination, where the dried materials are heated to 800-900ºC in either an atmospheric or inert environment and are thermally decomposed into, for instance, lithium manganese oxide, steam, ammonia and/or carbon dioxide.
- Orbite Provides Update on HPA Plant Completion and Commissioning
- The installation of the air, steam, and process piping and utilities around the calcination system, delayed by the installation of the withheld equipment, is now complete.
- Orbite Provides Update on HPA Construction
- Following settlement of the dispute and subsequent delivery of the withheld parts, work on the calcination system installation recommenced the week of January 4th.
- New photocatalyst shows promise for fuel production
- The scientists prepared the photocatalysts by stepwise reduction and calcination of nickel-containing layered materials at different temperatures. They found that the formation of long hydrocarbons requires catalysts with a particular structure.
Calcination is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Calcination books and related discussion.