calcination and anaerobic ?
Asked by | 4th Jul, 2008, 11:47: AM
Anaerobic is a technical word which literally means without air (where "air" is generally used to mean oxygen).Calcination is a more specific term implying a thermal treatment process applied to ores and other solid materials in order to bring about a thermal decomposition, phase transition, or removal of a volatile fraction.It is anaerobic as the process takes place in absence of air.
Answered by | 4th Jul, 2008, 02:18: PM
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