Calcination definitions

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The process of heating a substance to a high temperature but below the melting or fusing point, causing loss of moisture, reduction or oxidation, and dissociation into simpler substances. The term was originally applied to the method of driving off carbon dioxide from limestone to obtain lime (calcium oxide). Calcination is also used to extract metals from ores.
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The process of calcining - heating a substance to a high temperature, but below its melting point, to bring about thermal decomposition.
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