Definition of Liquation. Meaning of Liquation. Synonyms of Liquation

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Definition of Liquation

Liquation
Liquation Li*qua"tion (l[-i]*kw[=a]"sh[u^]n), n. [L. liquatio: cf. F. liquation.] 1. The act or operation of making or becoming liquid; also, the capacity of becoming liquid. 2. (Metal.) The process of separating, by heat, an easily fusible metal from one less fusible; eliquation.

Meaning of Liquation from wikipedia

- Liquation is a metallurgical method for separating metals from an ore or alloy. The material must be heated until one of the metals starts to melt and...
- began to be extracted from copper ores in m****ive quantities using the liquation process creating a boost to the mining and metallurgy industries of Central...
- a mixture of solid and liquid material. Some alloys show tendency to liquation, separation of the liquid from the solid portion; for these the heating...
- with an oxidizing airflow to separate the silver. This was akin to a liquation method. The high-purity silver produced by the Hai-****i-Ho method was...
- such as porosity, solute redistribution, solidification cracking and liquation cracking do not arise during FSW. In general, FSW has been found to produce...
- Again, The concretion of Ice will not endure a dry attrition without liquation; for if it be rubbed long with a cloth, it melteth. But Crystal will calefie...
- Shahsavari, A.H. Kokabi, S. Nategh, Effect of preweld microstructure on HAZ liquation cracking of Rene 80 superalloy, Materials Science and Technology 23 (2007)...
- as slag and manufacturing studies. Ancient iron production Cupellation Liquation Roman metallurgy Metallurgy during the Copper Age in Europe Metallurgy...
- places for lesser values.[citation needed] Additionally, the process of liquation had not yet been developed, and so ores containing silver, such as the...
- the risk of galvanic corrosion then has to be considered. Tendency to liquation, has to be heated rapidly through the melting range. Grayish-white color...
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