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Calcination

This temperature is usually defined as the temperature at which the standard Gibbs free energy for a particular calcination reaction is equal to zero.

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calcination measurement techniques, systems, and tools advocated by NFPA 921. Collected data in the calcination depth measurement techniques and tools.
Calcination of Gypsum Plasterboard under Fire Exposure
CO2 Separation from Flue Gas Using Carbonation/Calcination
The Ohio State University. All rights reserved. Carbonation-Calcination Reaction( CCR) Process for High Temperature CO.
High-Temperature MACT Calcination Test
A pilot-plant calcination test was completed in a newly constructed 15-cm- 100- hour high-temperature calcination pilot-plant calcination run January 19–23.
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Elevated to specialty status
LANXESS produces Zinc Oxide Active and Zinc Oxide Transparent – the latter is more accurately a zinc carbonate – using a process combining precipitation and calcination rather than a classic roasting process used by many other manufacturers.
Iranian Scientists Develop New Method for Synthesizing Fireproof Ceramics
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Alchemy and Counterpoint
on his alchemical pursuits, going on to describe an elaborate machine he had seen some thirty years earlier that had been constructed using twenty-four glasses which ground metal to a fine grey powder—an alchemical process called calcination.
Bag filter to be installed at Hotazel mine sintering plant
The mine's dense-medium separation plant beneficiates the ore prior to sintering and, during the sintering process, the ore undergoes calcination in a kiln, resulting in a physi- cally strong and chemically stable product.
LANXESS : Elevated to specialty status
LANXESS produces Zinc Oxide Active and Zinc Oxide Transparent – the latter is more accurately a zinc carbonate – using a process combining precipitation and calcination rather than a classic roasting process used by many other manufacturers.

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Calcination - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Calcination: Purification by Fire.
Chemically, the Calcination process involves heating a substance in a crucible or over an open flame until it is reduced to ashes.
calcination - definition of calcination by the Free Online Dictionary
cal·cine (k l-s n , k l s n ). v. cal·cined, cal·cin·ing, cal·cines.
Calcination
IUPAC Gold Book - calcination
Dec 22, 2010 calcination. Heating to high temperatures in air or oxygen. Notes: The term is most likely to be applied to a step in the preparation of a catalyst.

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