Definition of Carburizes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of carburize) ¹



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Definition of Carburizes

1. carburize [v] - See also: carburize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carburizes

carburetted hydrogen
carburetter
carburetters
carburetting
carburettor
carburettors
carburise
carburised
carburises
carburising
carburizable
carburization
carburizations
carburize
carburized
carburizes (current term)
carburizing
carbutamide
carbuterol hydrochloride
carby
carbylamine
carbylamines
carbyne
carbynes
carbynic
carbynium
carbyniums
carcade
carcaded
carcades

Literary usage of Carburizes

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1. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1895)
"“That steel of low tenacity carburizes with greater ease than other steel” (this is as I understand him). Page 27, line 5 “It is said that the porosity of ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"(2) The carburizing incidentally carburizes the brickwork of the furnace, and thus protects it against corrosion by the molten slag, (ч) It protects the ..."

3. A Manual of Mining: Based on the Course of Lectures on Mining Delivered at by Magnus Colbjørn Ihlseng, Eugene Benjamin Wilson (1908)
"... which carburizes with the steel. Lead and mercury are used in large establishments. Tempering.—This process follows hardening. ..."

4. The Metallography of Steel and Cast Iron by Henry Marion Howe (1916)
"To deoxidize with fusion and without carburizing is very difficult, for if there is contact with carbon the metal carburizes fast, and if there is not the ..."

5. Iron and Steel (a Pocket Encyclopedia) Including Allied Industries and by Hugh Philip Tiemann (1919)
"If the charge contains charcoal or graphite, this both carburizes "he metal during heating to the melting point (probably most ..."

6. Iron, Steel, and Other Alloys by Henry Marion Howe (1906)
"The Krupp process, a newer one, carburizes the impact face by exposing it at a high temperature to illuminating gas. This is decomposed by the heat, ..."

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