Cementation meaning

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The process by which a solid surrounded by a metallurgical cement is heated intensely and made to combine chemically with the cement to produce a new product.
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The act, process, or result of cementing.
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A metallurgical coating process in which iron or steel is immersed in a powder of another metal, such as zinc, chromium, or aluminum, and heated to a temperature below the melting point of either.
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A cementing or being cemented.
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A metallurgical coating process in which a metal or alloy such as iron or steel is immersed in a powder of another metal, such as zinc, chromium, or aluminum, and heated to a temperature below the melting point of either. Cementation is often employed to increase resistance to oxidation.
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The act of cementing.
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(metallurgy) The impregnation of the surface of a metal with another material; the manufacture of steel by carburizing iron.
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(geology) The precipitation of mineral matter in the pores of a sediment.
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(medicine) The use of a cement join the parts of a broken bone to aid in the healing process.
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(dentistry) The use of a cement or adhesive to fasten orthodontics or to restore chipped or broken teeth.
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