Thomas–Gilchrist process

noun Thom·as–Gil·christ process \ˈtäməsˈgilkrə̇st-\
variants: or

Thomas process

Definition of Thomas–Gilchrist process

  1. :  the basic Bessemer process

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Origin and Etymology of thomas–gilchrist process

after Sidney G. Thomas †1885 and Percy C. Gilchrist †1935 English metallurgists who invented it

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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