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a thin paper coated on one side with a dark waxy substance (often containing carbon)

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a copy made with carbon paper

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There are a huge range of organic compounds depending partly on what kind of carbon chains you define as "organic" and how simple or complicated you want to make the inorganic/organic distinction.
Likewise, proliferation potency also seems to be related to the specific carbon chain length of FDIAs.
The omega-3 or -6 designation denotes the location of the first double bond on these FAs, along the carbon chain.
With hard numbers, the company is working to "reduce overall carbon chain by 25 per cent by 2050," he said.
The present study indicates that two commonly used ionic liquid solvents may have adverse effects on development at relatively high maternal exposures and that increasing the primary carbon chain negatively affects development.
While scientists are engineering new enzymes that could break down lignocellulosic faster, the thermochemical conversion still has something important to offer: It can break down the long carbon chain much faster than biological means, typically on the order of minutes instead of days at present.
Form is the connect, primal haunt, carbon chain end-stopped.
In olefin metathesis (olefin is another name for alkene, a carbon chain with double bonding)," the Academy explains, "the double-bonding atom groups will change places with one another," forming two new olefins-and creating a new substance.
Initially unsaturated fatty acids have all of the atoms on the same side of the carbon chain.
A final character of "M" specifies a rubber having a saturated carbon chain of the polymethylene type.
Karlson, it can be shown that different lengths of the carbon chain can result in a slight increase in viscosity from [C.
In saturated fat and unsaturated fats (monounsaturated such as olive and canola oils and polyunsaturated such as soybean, corn, and sunflower oils), the hydrogen atoms at the double bond are on the same side of the carbon chain.
Three of these gene s(SS5, SS8, and SS10) were studied with the goal of determining whether they use acetate and not longer carbon chain substrates in the conversion to acetyl-CoA.