Sinter



noun
1.
siliceous or calcareous matter deposited by springs, as that formed around the vent of a geyser.
2.
Metallurgy. the product of a sintering operation.
verb (used with object)
3.
Metallurgy. to bring about agglomeration in (metal particles) by heating.
noun
1.
a whitish porous incrustation, usually consisting of silica, that is deposited from hot springs
2.
the product of a sintering process
3.
another name for cinder (sense 3)
verb
4.
(transitive) to form large particles, lumps, or masses from (metal powders or powdery ores) by heating or pressure or both

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