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  • n. Plural form of sinter.


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  • The process works by sweeping a laser across a pan of powdered nylon; when the lasers hit the nylon, it fuses ( "sinters").


  • (Nickel ores and concentrates and Nickel mattes and sinters) which are classified as processed and unprocessed primary products; nickel rods and bars (Nickel and nickel alloys unworked) classified as Simply transformed manufactures (STM); and more highly processed nickel products

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  • They are usually heat treated at the post production phase, so that the plastic part and molded coil sinters inside thus providing better protection when used in any sector.


  • This first phase of the program included soil and rock sampling along a range-front structure in Paleozoic rocks where highly silicified breccias and sinters occur.

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  • This is the single most important regulatory event since our Company was formed and clears a path toward doubling the number of sinters to be equipped with FGD systems annually through 2011.


  • 1994, Correlation of gold in siliceous sinters with 3He/4He in hot spring waters of Yellowstone

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  • "Unlike conventional thick film silver inks, the nanosilver in the NANOGLOW (TM) sinters during curing which results in five times lower sheet resistivity.

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