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17:08 Feb 22, 2008
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English to French translations [PRO]
Science - Chemistry; Chem Sci/Eng / laboratory practices
English term or phrase: ashed
Boiling aids, such as granulated pumice stone, or glass beads of diameter 5 mm to 7 mm, or carborundum chips, washed in hydrochloric acid and in distilled water, and ashed.

Je ne parviens pas à voir ce que ce ashed peut vouloir dire.
Mreci d'avance pour votre aide.
rodolpheT
France
Local time: 13:04
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Summary of answers provided
2 +2réduit en cendres ?
Drmanu49
4 -1incinéré
FX Fraipont
Summary of reference entries provided
LydieC

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incinéré


Explanation:
tr.v. ashed, ash·ing, ash·es
To reduce or convert to ash: ash a tissue sample for analysis.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/ash

"EN) The ashing of the solid fuels and the characterization of the mineral matter in these fuels have been of great importance for a long time. Low Temperature Ashing (LTA) is a method to ash solid fuels and it has been known since 1965."

"(FR) L'incinération de combustibles solides ainsi que la caractérisation de la matière minérale contenue dans ces combustibles ont été d'une grande importance pendant longtemps. L'incinération à basse température (LTA) est un procédé d'incinération de combustibles solides, il est connu depuis 1965."
http://www.wipo.int/pctdb/en/wo.jsp?wo=1993003363


FX Fraipont
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disagree  Drmanu49: does not make any sense in the context.
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réduit en cendres ?


Explanation:
The ash content of the dried carbon was also determined, this parameter being a ... Thus, neither water washes nor concentrated hydrochloric acid washes are ...
www.freepatentsonline.com/4169812.html - 42k

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stacked = empilés pour limiter l'ébullition ?

Drmanu49
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agree  Dilshod Madolimov
1 day3 mins
  -> Thank you Dilshod.

agree  Gerard Renard
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  -> Thank you Gérard.
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je viens d'avoir exactement le même problème. non convaincu que cela soit cendres, car utilisé comme verbe, j'ai trouvé sur le GDT que cela peut correspondre pour certains types d'analyses.
ex: the matter may be ashed

ash
cendres n. f. pl.


Définition :
The solid residue of nonvolatile oxides of salts of metals (as sodium, calcium, magnesium, iron) or of non-metallic atoms (as silica) or of pure metal (as platinum) left when combustible substances (as plants, foods) have been thoroughly oxidized (as by nitric acid or some other wet oxidizing agent) and frequently used in quantitative analysis as a measure of the mineral-matter content of the original material.

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