Definition of Carburises
1. carburise [v] - See also: carburise
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Literary usage of Carburises
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The British Navy: Its Strength, Resources, and Administration by Thomas Brassey Brassey (1882)
"The carbon in the steel carburises the iron to a depth of from £ inch to ~ inch, thus forming a zone of mild steel between the hard steel and the iron, ..."
2. Roberts-Austen: A Record of His Work. Being a Selection of the Addresses and by William Chandler Roberts-Austen, Sydney W. Smith (1914)
"... for though carbon in the pure diamond form carburises iron, the metal in its turn, at a temperature of 1050°, attacks the diamond, invests it with a ..."
3. Electric Smelting and Refining: The Extraction and Treatment of Metals by by Wilhelm Borchers (1897)
"... action of the furnace gases upon the charcoal diffuses into the metal, and, dissociating according to the equation, 2CO = C + COj, thus carburises it. ..."
4. Engineering Steels; an Exposition of the Properties of Steel for Engineers by Leslie Aitchison (1921)
"In the course of the heating the charcoal, in the form of one of its gaseous compounds, penetrates into the iron and carburises it. ..."
5. Valentin's Practical Chemistry by William George Valentin (1908)
"The manganese removes the oxygen compound, forming a fusible slag, and the carbon of the ferromanganese "carburises" the steel. Manganese combines also with ..."