Definition of Calcined
1. Verb. (past of calcine) ¹
2. Adjective. converted by calcination ¹
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Definition of Calcined
1. calcine [v] - See also: calcine
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Literary usage of Calcined
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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1886)
"The bill of exceptions further says: "Plaintiff's testimony proved that all calcined magne-  »a is a well known medicinal preparation of magnesia, ..."
2. Handbook of Building Construction: Data for Architects, Designing and by Nathan Clarke Johnson, George Albert Hool (1920)
"calcined gypsum is divided into three classes, on the basis of its purity, ... Partially calcined gypsum (all classes) shall set in not less than 10 nor ..."
3. The Natural History of Pliny by Pliny, John Bostock, Henry Thomas Riley (1857)
"Copper too, itself, when calcined, is employed for all these purposes; ... For these purposes, Cyprian copper is calcined in unbaked earthen pots, ..."
4. Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties by Edwin Clarence Eckel (1922)
"When calcined, magnesite falls into powder and is apt to choke the lower or cooler portion of the kiln, preventing the access of air and heated gases to the ..."
5. Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties by Edwin Clarence Eckel (1905)
"When calcined magnesite falls into powder and is apt to choke the lower or cooler portion of the kiln, preventing the access of air and heated gases to the ..."
6. A Practical and Scientific Treatise on Calcareous Mortars and Cements by Louis-Joseph Vicat (1837)
"... than after any degree of calcination 180 result of experiments on ochreous clays 182 phenomenon observed in clays calcined in powder on metallic plates ..."
7. Chemical Experiments by George William Francis (1849)
"2 ounces of brass calcined into an oxyde, 2 ounces of minium, and 8 ounces of white sand ; reduce them to a fine powder, which is to be inclosed in a ..."
8. Pharmaceutical Journal by Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1849)
"OF calcined MAGNESIA. Two kinds of calcined magnesia are found in English commerce, one lighter than the other, and called common calcined magnesia, ..."