carbonize

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The material began to carbonize at a temperature of 140° to 150°.

Empyreuma, the smell arising from organic matter when subjected to the action of fire, but not enough to carbonize it entirely.

Just the right mixture will neither burn nor carbonize and is said to be a "neutral" flame.

When the dust thus produced begins to carbonize, the pressure and velocity are increased.

To carbonize wood under a movable covering, the plan of meiler, or heaps, is employed very much in Germany.

He began to carbonize everything in nature that he could lay hands on.

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