unburnt

unburnt

(ʌnˈbɜːnt)
adj
not burnt
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Then we marched from the kraal Umgugundhlovu, and when next I saw that kraal it was to burn all of it which Dingaan had left unburnt, and when next I saw Dingaan--ah!
To realize this aim, a two-factor experiment was designed with four leveles for each factor: burning level (unburnt, lightly burnt outer bark, moderately burnt outer bark, and severe-char damage to outer bark) and bark content (0, 5, 10, and 20%).
The company behind the plan, Bersham (Glenside), says the tip's unburnt colliery spoil can be used at the cement factory in neighbouring Flintshire and most of the remaining material is suitable for making lightweight building blocks.
A nuclear power plant uses natural or slightly enriched uranium as fuel and when it is burnt it produces plutonium, while some of the uranium remains unburnt. A reprocessing plant is used to separate plutonium and unburnt uranium.
The first group consists of the unburnt pollutants, which are mainly influenced by the combustion equipment and process.
The papers discuss the ecology of cold deep sediments; the devolution of the Canada's Eastern Scotian Shelf as a case study in the integrated assessment of a large marine ecosystem; biological effects of unburnt coal in the marine environment; biofiltration and biofouling on artificial structures in Europe; aspects of the physiology, biology, and ecology of thalassinidean shrimps in relation to their burrow environment; zonation of deep biota on continental margins, the ecology of rafting organisms and community, the impact of globalization in term of non-indigenous marine species across European seas; ecology and evolution in coral reef fishes, and evaluation of the evidence for linkages between mangroves and fisheries.
Since we have to manually extract the aft cap, there's the additional worry about unburnt propellant and gasses causing flashback in the turret.
The most serious damage caused by indoor cooking and heating fires that use biomass fuel results from the presence of very small particles of unburnt material, which can penetrate deep within the lungs.
In a reappraisal of all known Willandra radiocarbon results, it was found that the black samples comprised mainly unburnt organics, and the insoluble residue usually came out younger than the soluble humic acids fraction (Gillespie 1998).
Oxides combine with moisture in the atmosphere to produce acid rain, while unburnt microscopic carbon particulates are believed to be cancer-causing.
The United Kingdom is particularly concerned that these products represent a danger in the event of an accumulation of unburnt gas because the inflammation of such gas could cause serious bodily injury.
This means the e3 burns fuel more completely, generates increased power and reduces unburnt fuel emissions, it added.