carbonaceous


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Synonyms for carbonaceous

relating to or consisting of or yielding carbon

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According to a recent paper by the Marshalls in the peer-reviewed Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, by itself Raman spectroscopy is able to screen for carbonaceous material, but it can't determine its source -- thus the technology needs to be supplemented in order to determine if life exists on Mars.
The number and thickness of carbonaceous and sandy beds are increased in the Upper Cretaceous (UC) section in the south and south-east and in the Gusar-Devechi trough.
Hydrogen Isotopse in Lunar Volcanic Glasses and Melt Inclusions Reveal a Carbonaceous Chondrite Heritage.
Carbonaceous chondrites, which are thought to have delivered lots of water to the early Earth, make up less than 3 percent of known meteorites.
Other subjects examined include dumbbell-shaped bisfullerene and conjugated oligomer hybrids, superelastic materials for tribological applications, ultraviolet light-filtering properties of fullerene materials, polymerization in the presence of carbonaceous nanoparticles, and fullerenes under pressure, adsorption, selective adsorption, and engineered adsorption.
The drill holes cut significant thicknesses of anomalous to potentially ore-grade gold mineralization hosted in quartz-carbonate-clay altered, stockworked and brecciated carbonaceous schists and carbonates.
The primary cause is, undoubtedly, the increased concentration of carbon dioxide formed by the ever increasing combustion of carbonaceous fuels.
The sources include carbonaceous matter, such as municipal solid waste, agricultural waste and wood.
The new Carbonaceous Fire Behaviour Training Facility will help improve fire-fighting techniques in residential and high rise fires.
and ExxonMobil Research & Engineering Company have signed an agreement that grants Tulsa-based Syntroleum a worldwide license under ExxonMobil's Gas to Liquids (GTL) patents to produce and sell fuels from natural gas or other carbonaceous substances such as coal.
There are deposits from Lusitanian, Kimmeridgian and Tithonian stages in the watershed section in the lateral ridge of Tengi, composed of carbonaceous and sandy-argillaceous rocks and are represented by two lithofacies.
I don't know about you, but that makes me about as mad as a carbonaceous geranium.
Within the context of the limitations noted, the team concludes that the range of carbonaceous, heavy metal, and other fine particulates they found provides fodder for future investigations, even though the particulate sources of today may differ in quantity and content.
Triacetone alcohol and semiphorone undergo retrograde aldol reaction catalyzed by carbonaceous residues adhering to the surface of the injector port of the gas chromatograph during GC-MS analysis.