- Abstract: the production consumption and trade of industrial grade silicon at home and abroad are introduced and the measures of expanding production of chemical silicon popularizing and doing well in refining with oxygen blowing utilizing coal instead of charcoal and utilizing carbon electrode etc.are proposed to raise industrial grade silicon enterprises benefits at the present situation.
- I bought a charcoal drawing of the cathedral.
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- A drawing made with charcoal.
- If you don't have charcoal when making yakitori at home place the grill on a gas or electric stove.
- Early chinese scientists discovered that they could make an explosive substance by mixing sulphur charcoal and saltpeter.
- Glowing embers charcoal etc
- The timbers of the house were charred by the raging fire.
- Present-day cylinder shave a silica lime filler to which some manufacturers add asbestos charcoal and other materials to provide a lightweight filler with a higher porosity.
- Fine charcoal in stick form made from the wood of the spindle tree.
- The shack was made of the tough budshields of the royal palm which are called guano and in it there was a bed a table one chair and a place on the dirt floor to cook with charcoal.
- The researchers used radiocarbon dating on22pieces of microscopic charcoal found among neandertal tools in fire pits in gorham cave.
- The prodution techniques of yangcheng mouldboard were practical and excellent and it incarnated the techniques of iron-smelting with blast furnace and pig-iron mould casting in ancient china.
- Because charcoal is a poor conductor of heat particularly through the dead calloused skin on the bottom of your feet and especially if you scoot across the bed of coals as quickly as fire walkers are wont to do.
- In certain soils co2will mineralize for long term capture in addition to the charcoal carbon.