uncalcined

uncalcined

(ʌnˈkælsaɪnd)
adj
(Chemistry) not calcined or reduced to ash; not consumed or purged by burning
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India Petcoke CFR is CW Research's bi-monthly price assessment and monthly price index for India uncalcined petcoke.
Scanning electron microscopy of uncalcined HAP was regular and round in shape whereas of calcined powder confirmed the presence of soft agglomerates.
The reaction of uncalcined ZT powders and urea fuel taking place during heat treatment was investigated by thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), differential thermal analysis (DTA).
However, because they contain a proportion of uncalcined limestone as an ingredient, blended cements have a lower environmental impact.
138) (Vicat, 1837): "We persist in thinking, as we have always maintained till now, that the lime in cements of natural or artificial pouzzolanas, as well as in cements formed with the uncalcined psammites and arenes, enters into chemical combination with theses substances.
In 2004, ASTM International changed the specification for cement manufacture to allow up to 5 percent uncalcined limestone.
All the uncalcined catalysts were analyzed to determine the temperatures beyond which the catalyst weight loss was negligible.
Product layer development during sulfation and sulfidation of uncalcined limestone particles at elevated pressures // Ind.
Available in four modal sizes, the Pulva Sizer effectively pulverizes uncalcined lime mud and inerts, allowing their return to the slaker.
Uncalcined RP and those calcined at 500, 900, and 1100 [degrees] C were investigated further as they represented the various materials produced by calcination.
Charcoal briquettes can replace 20% of charge coke; pitch-bonded coal or uncalcined petroleum coke behave similarly at the 20% and 40% replacement levels, respectively, but are unsatisfactory for melting gray iron.