Translation of vitrify in Spanish:

vitrify

vitrificarse, v.

Pronunciation /ˈvɪtrɪfʌɪ//ˈvɪtrəˌfaɪ/

intransitive verb

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    vitrificarse

transitive verb

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    vitrificar
    • Method and apparatus for eliminating volatiles or airborne entrainments when vitrifying radioactive and/or hazardous waste
    • The imperfections are then cleaned off with tools and the casting is put in the kiln at 1225 cone 6 and becomes vitrified porcelain.
    • Therefore, molecular motion must be regarded as unavoidable in vitrified biological materials.
    • The vitrified specimen was thereafter transferred to the microscope.
    • To vitrify soil, normally four carbon electrode rods are inserted into the ground and a powerful electric current is turned on.
    • Almost all leaves were vitrified and the total number of leaves on the longest shoot was also reduced compared with the plants growing on the other three cytokinin media.
    • However, flexible polymers and lower molecular weight components typically vitrify at much lower water contents
    • The walkway will be paved with vitrified and cement-based tiles.
    • People have always thought of vitrified forts as Iron Age but the dates we found make this citadel far more important.
    • Its prime ingredient, silica, which is essentially glass, can withstand very high temperatures and vitrifies (melts and turns glass-like) to form a very strong and impermeable product.
    • Another concern is the cooling rate needed to vitrify large organs.
    • After blotting excess solution from the carbon side of the grids, they were immediately vitrified in ethane slush.
    • The silica and other minerals in the clay vitrify under heat and will not become soft clay again.
    • Practically invisible or blatantly obvious, these so-called slip-ups made centuries ago survive today beneath vitrified coats of clear overglaze and provide snapshots of the innovative and ingenious decorative techniques employed.
    • Using mouse oocytes, 80 percent of eggs that had been vitrified became fertilized with ICSI, with a live birth rate of about 30 percent, comparable to conventional IVF when eggs are not frozen.
    • He said vitrified radioactive materials would be bound up in glass or other depositories and would not be easily released.
    • Large areas of vitrified sand have been discovered in the Gobi desert and elsewhere, evidence of such intense heat as might not be explicable otherwise.
    • 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.