Carbonatation

Car`bon·a·ta'tion noun [ From Carbonate .] (Sugar Making) The saturation of defecated beet juice with carbonic acid gas. Knight.
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Carbonatation

• (n.) The saturation of defecated beet juice with carbonic acid gas.
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carbonatation

(from the article `sugar`) Higher grades of plantation white are produced by a carbonatation purification process, in which carbon dioxide gas (scrubbed flue gas) is injected ... Melt syrup is clarified either by phosphatation, in which phosphoric acid and lime are added to form calcium phosphates, which are removed by surface ... [2...
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Carbonatation

Carbonatation is a chemical reaction in which calcium hydroxide reacts with carbon dioxide and forms insoluble calcium carbonate: The process of forming a carbonate is sometimes referred to as `carbonation`, although this term usually refers to the process of dissolving carbon dioxide in water. ==Concrete== Carbonatation is a slow process that o.....
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