metallurgy

[ met-l-ur-jee or, esp. British, muh-tal-er-jee ]SEE DEFINITION OF metallurgy
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The process of extracting a metal from its ores is called the metallurgy of the metal.

It was in this spirit that he began his investigations in metallurgy.

Just the kind of work for students commencing the study of metallurgy.

This latter was in mechanics and metallurgy; and I hesitated between the two.

Metallurgy is the highest and most difficult branch of chemistry.

In chemistry and metallurgy, combinations of the metals with each other usually obtained by fusion.

In chemistry and metallurgy, an alloy containing quicksilver; more particularly one in which that metal plays a conspicuous part.

They are matters pertaining to metallurgy, and are treated of under that head.

They lack the freshness, vigour, and spirit of the old French metallurgy.

In this case, shall we call the process mining or metallurgy?

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