Decarburization

Decarburization (or decarbonization) is the process opposite to carburization, namely the reduction of carbon content. ==Electrical steel== Electrical steel is one material that uses decarburization in its production. To prevent the atmospheric gases from reacting with the metal itself, electrical steel is annealed in an atmosphere of nitrogen, hy...
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Decarburization

• (n.) The act, process, or result of decarburizing.
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decarburization

(from the article `molybdenum processing`) Ferromolybdenum can be produced by either a metallothermic process or a carbon-reduction process in electric furnaces. Because the latter process has ...
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Decarburization

De·car`bu·ri·za'tion noun The act, process, or result of decarburizing.
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decarburization

Loss of carbon from the surface layer of a carbon-containing alloy due to reaction with one or more chemical substances in a medium that contacts the surface. See also dealloying
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Decarburization

The loss of from the surface of a ferrous alloy as a result of heating in a medium thatreacts with the carbon at the surface.
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