carbonisation


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Noun1.carbonisation - the destructive distillation of coal (as in coke ovens)
destructive distillation - heating a solid substance in a closed container and collecting the volatile products
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A Carbonisation B Photosynthesis C De-oxidisation D Carbohydration 15.
All sodas carry the common characteristic of carbonisation. Generally, all artificially sweetened drinks (diet or not) may cause problems for your stomach health in the long term.
A The Murder of Roger Ackroyd B The Pale Horse C Double Sin D The Mousetrap A Carbonisation B Photosynthesis C De-oxidisation D Carbohydration 7.
In previous work, effective use of coal especially the carbonisation gas was discussed in prereduction of iron oxide pellets for total smelting reduction process [6-8].
Ces autorisations d'exploitation ont ete accordees a des jeunes detenteurs de cartes d'artisan verses dans la carbonisation du bois, issu de travaux d'assainissement des forets et des incendies qui se declarent en periode des grosses chaleurs, a explique Hamid Benbelouar.
The problem is caused by carbonisation on the switch contacts that can lead to the electric current being interrupted.
Such a layer is easier to clean and will also protect against UV, dirt, carbonisation and wear and tear.
In 1986, the 'Technical Research Association for Multiuse of Carbonized Materials' (TRA) was established with government support, and studies on the multiuse of charcoal and wood vinegar were performed, including improvement of carbonisation technology, soil amendments in agriculture and forestry, activation of microorganisms, and water purification.
Carbonisation: After oxidation, the fibers are carbonised at about 1000[?]C without tension in an inert atmosphere (normally nitrogen) for a few hours.
The production process of green coal - technically known as hydrothermal carbonisation - is simple in principle and similar to cooking food in a pressure cooker, says Dr Magdalena Titirici, head of the hydrothermal carbonisation research team at the Institute.
Coke's problem in getting more recycled plastic (RPET) into their bottles isn't just due to the carbonisation factor, she says.
Evidently the components, which do not evaporate, have no part in the resultant carbonisation residue.