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Definition of the verb air-slake
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- alter by exposure to air with conversion at least in part to a carbonate
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by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
air-slake Chemistry, to slake a substance such as lime by exposure to moist air. air sounding Meteorology, a measurement of atmospheric phenomena or conditions at varying altitudes by means of scientific measuring devices ...
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