WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF OXYGEN IS SUPPLIED IN THE PROCESS OF CALCINATION ?
Asked by Madhulika | 29th Dec, 2017, 10:22: PM
Calcination is the heating in absence or limited supply of air.
Oxygen is supplied in the rosting process. Rosting is heating in presence of excess of oxygen or air.
Answered by Varsha | 30th Dec, 2017, 04:29: PM
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