Origin of calcine
OTHER WORDS FROM calcine
How to use calcine in a sentence
The Chinese and natives of the place chew this nut with betel-leaf and calcined mussel-shells.A Woman's Journey Round the World|Ida Pfeiffer
Those used at the Royal Mint are made of the calcined cores of ox-horns.
Gelatinous hydrate of magnesia (as the last).199 Calcined magnesia (taken as the first).
It is not calcined in the heat of a common furnace, but partially so by repeated fusion, or a strong burning lens.
It is then calcined, or caustic, but differs from quick-lime by not being soluble in water.