Definitions for "Carbonization"
the destructive distillation of coal (as in coke ovens).
A process of forming fossils in which the weight of the sediments squeezes out the water and gas and leaves a residue of carbon (imprint).
Fossilization process where volatile elements, such as carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen, depart from an organismâ€(tm)s body and leave a carbon impression. Common mode of preservation for soft tissues in both plants and animals. Carina, (of Tooth) Narrow, blade-like or ridge-like part of a tooth that may have serrations or other denticles.
If the base material containing the "additive" continuously receives high energy, the increased laser-beam absorptivity causes carbonization of the surrounding polymer, resulting in a black coloring. Carbonization does not occur in a base material without an additive. The "additives" are generally called "coloring agents", but they can be considered to be "pigments" having high laser-beam absorptivity.
Keywords:  act, process
The act or process of carbonizing.