The act or process of ceasing to be fluid and becoming firm.
The process of making an object hold firm or fast.
The process of recording a work of authorship in a tangible form of expression so it can be copyrighted.
The process of writing the lead-in and lead-out information to the disc. This process finishes a writing session and creates a table of contents. Fixation is required for a CD-ROM or CD-Audio player to play the disc. Discs which are "fixated for append" can have additional sessions recorded, with their own session lead-in and lead-out, creating a multisession disc.
Process producing the permanent attachment of dye or colorant to fiber to insure fastness (i.e. steam setting, heat setting, batch setting, air curing).
Process whereby microorganisms obtain carbon for building new cells from inorganic carbon, usually carbon dioxide.
The process of establishing a dye result that lasts.
The process of setting a dye after dyeing of printing usually by steaming or other heat treatment.
The process of a gas being incorporated into an organic molecule.