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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of cupel

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of cupel:
/kjupəl/

Derived Form of cupel

noun
plural: cupels
Noun
1
small porous bowl made of bone ash used in assaying to separate precious metals from e.g. lead
Synonymsbone-ash cup, refractory pot,
Type ofvessel,

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  1. Ok, as you can se the cupel broke, but I got it out
  2. And, then I can cupel it.
  3. And then I guess it'd be time to cupel it
  4. And, uh... once this gets to about 1500 degrees, the lead oxide will melt and start flowing into the cupel.
  5. Although it looks like the cupel is starting to suck up some of it.
  6. You can see there, that the cupel is starting to turn red, as it absorbs the lead oxide.
  7. Which is then being oxidized, and then flowing off into the cupel.
  8. Because, uh, if the cupel gets too saturated with lead oxide, it could actually...
  9. Those vapors coming off, I think are actually... due to the cupel.
  10. And, lets put this cupel in there.
  11. The cupel basically acts like a sponge, it won't...
  12. The, uh, calcium phosphate of the cupel, is very porous, and the lead oxide can flow into it, and be absorbed.
  13. Now to remove the platinum from the lead I'm going to add it to a cupel and put it back in the furnace
  14. Break off the slag and put it into a cupel to remove the lead.
  15. in the cupel which means it wasn't pure lead, it must have had some tin or
  16. lower the amount of tin and hopefully get that oxide to dissolve into the cupel.
  17. That's not too big of a deal, because I think I'll end up putting it in a cupel when I fire it down. That'll absorb any excess lead