Definition of Calcinations

1. calcination [n] - See also: calcination



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Calcinations

calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumour
calcifying odontogenic cyst
calcigenous
calcigerous
calcimedins
calcimine
calcimined
calciminer
calciminers
calcimines
calcimining
calcimycin
calcinable
calcinate
calcination
calcinations (current term)
calcinatories
calcinatory
calcine
calcined
calcined lime
calcined magnesia
calciner
calciners
calcines
calcineurins
calcining
calcinoses
calcinosis

Literary usage of Calcinations

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1. The Chemical Trade Journal (1888)
"Whatever may be said one way or the other, we pin our faith to the disappearance to the removal of the nationally speaking ruinous system of calcinations, ..."

2. Manual of Mineralogy: Including Observations on Mines, Rocks, Reduction of by James Dwight Dana (1877)
"The volatile ingredients are carried off by the calcinations, and nnv metals in combination with the copper are oxydized. The unions serve to get rid of the ..."

3. Manual of Mineralogy by James Dwight Dana (1855)
"The volatile ingredients are carried off by the calcinations, and any metals in combination with the copper are oxydized. The fusions serve to get rid of ..."

4. Manual of Mineralogy: Including Observations on Mines, Rocks, Reduction of by James Dwight Dana (1876)
"The volatile ingredients are carried ofT by the calcinations, and any metals in combination with the copper are oxydized. The usions serve to get rid of the ..."

5. Nuclear Production of Hydrogen: Third Information Exchange Meeting, Oarai by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Japan Atomic Energy Agency (2006)
"After calcinations, the size of the crystal increased gradually and the crystal process trends to be complete, the effect of calcinations temperature ..."

6. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1856)
"It is seldom that two treatments are necessary, whilst, by the method usually adopted, five or six calcinations are required. Henry Hose states that these ..."

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