However, flexible polymers and lower molecular weight components typically vitrify at much lower water contents
The silica and other minerals in the clay vitrify under heat and will not become soft clay again.
Another concern is the cooling rate needed to vitrify large organs.
To vitrify soil, normally four carbon electrode rods are inserted into the ground and a powerful electric current is turned on.
In the case of high-level waste, the nuclear industry has pioneered the stabilization of the liquid streams through vitrification into borosilicate glass blocks.
Blood vessels have been reversibly vitrified , and whole kidneys have been recovered and successfully transplanted after cooling to - 45°C while protected with vitrification chemicals.
People have always thought of vitrified forts as Iron Age but the dates we found make this citadel far more important.
It is during vitrifaction , however, that the secret formulas and the skilled hand of the artist are decisive.
Decals of this kind must be manufactured using special vitrifiable materials that will withstand the heating process and produce the desired result.
The vitrifiable ingredient is used only inasmuch as it is a fusible body, which flows over the surface of the metal in the crucibles, and prevents the access of the oxygen of the atmosphere.