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a•lu•mi•no•ther•my



Pronunciation: (u-lOO'mu-nu-thûr"mē), [key]
n. Metall.
a process of producing high temperatures by causing finely divided aluminum to react with the oxygen from another metallic oxide. Also,a•lu"mi•no•ther'mics.

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aluminosilicatealuminous

 

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