deoxidize

VERB
  1. to remove oxygen from a compound, or cause to react with hydrogen or form a hydride, or to undergo an increase in the number of electrons
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How To Use deoxidize In A Sentence

  • Aluminum, on the other hand, not only deoxidizes the steel, but also refines the grain size.
  • Silicon, like manganese, is an important constituent of many steels, the alloy ferrosilicon being added to deoxidize and purify the metal and thus to increase its tensile strength. The Economic Aspect of Geology
  • This paper analyzes the common deoxidize methods of heating power, vacuum, adding medication in furnace and desorption, points out the advantages, shortcomings and usage range of every methods.
  • The important criterion in connection with the use of this material is that the steel be properly deoxidized, either through the use of ferrovanadium or its equivalent. The Working of Steel Annealing, Heat Treating and Hardening of Carbon and Alloy Steel
  • If molten steel is deoxidized and refined without addition of a strong deoxidizer, in presence of acidic slag or uncovered with slag in the open air, deoxidization of the molten steel is insufficient.
  • When the molten metal reaches 1260 o C, either calcium boride or lithium should be plunged into the molten bath to deoxidize the melt.
  • Aluminum is widely used as a deoxidizer and was the first element used to control austenite grain growth during reheating.
  • = -- Cesspool emanations usually consist of a mixture of sulphuretted hydrogen, sulphide of ammonium, and nitrogen; but sometimes it is only deoxidized air with an excess of carbonic acid gas. Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology
  • deoxidized," and to render harmless the traces of sulphur present. The Working of Steel Annealing, Heat Treating and Hardening of Carbon and Alloy Steel
  • The walls grew purple, the floor as red as blood: the deep itself was purpled with the venous hue of deoxidized life-currents. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 12, No. 28, July, 1873
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