Verb(1) change into glass or a glass-like substance by applying heat(2) undergo vitrification; become glassy or glass-like
(1) To vitrify soil, normally four carbon electrode rods are inserted into the ground and a powerful electric current is turned on.(2) Another concern is the cooling rate needed to vitrify large organs.(3) The silica and other minerals in the clay vitrify under heat and will not become soft clay again.(4) However, flexible polymers and lower molecular weight components typically vitrify at much lower water contents(5) An excessively high temperature of the mixture causes its vitrifaction and loss of its permeability to air, which prevents this circulation of air.(6) Current methods involve many solvent extraction cycles and vitrification after nitric acid treatment and evaporation.(7) This is the earliest stage of the process known as vitrification .(8) Decals of this kind must be manufactured using special vitrifiable materials that will withstand the heating process and produce the desired result.(9) The vitrified specimen was thereafter transferred to the microscope.(10) Blood vessels have been reversibly vitrified , and whole kidneys have been recovered and successfully transplanted after cooling to - 45Ôö¼ÔûæC while protected with vitrification chemicals.(11) The vitrifaction or vitrified fraction of the instant invention is made conventionally in a smelter or the like.(12) Using mouse oocytes, 80 percent of eggs that had been vitrified became fertilized with ICSI, with a live birth rate of about 30 percent, comparable to conventional IVF when eggs are not frozen.(13) The walkway will be paved with vitrified and cement-based tiles.(14) Olivene was proposing a process of high-temperature incineration, involving picking up solid waste from Auckland, Tauranga, Hamilton, and Rotorua, then vitrifaction of the ash, through to the production of roading material.(15) Method and apparatus for eliminating volatiles or airborne entrainments when vitrifying radioactive and/or hazardous waste(16) Faience is a glass-like material, made by heating a paste consisting of sand or crushed quartz, an alkali such as plant ash, and a glaze, until vitrification occurs.
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