carbonic


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Related to carbonic: phosphoric, nitric, Hydrofluoric, Hydroselenic acid
  • adj

Synonyms for carbonic

relating to or consisting of or yielding carbon

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2] Solutions has built an extensive patent portfolio covering the use of carbonic anhydrase, or analogues thereof, for the efficient post-combustion capture of carbon dioxide with lowenergy aqueous solvents.
Acetazolamide is an enzyme inhibitor that acts on carbonic anhydrase specifically and catalyzes the reversible reaction of hydration of carbon dioxide and dehydration of carbonic acid.
Blood tests showed that the lowzinc diet lowered the men's stores of the mineral, and diminished the activity of the carbonic anhydrase enzymes in their red blood cells.
Morpholine is a neutralising amine used for preventing carbonic acid corrosion in plant or refinery steam condensate systems.
Over the last three decades, the Arab Gulf region has exported low-price petrochemical materials and imported a variety of technologies, instead of adding the maximum values for hydro carbonic material through more diversification and appropriation of products, a move that would have enabled the producers to establish secondary and specialized industries and produce export-oriented manufactures and semi-manufactured goods, he said.
The team's investigation of beer bottle-fluid interactions demonstrated that the cavitation-induced break-up of larger "mother" bubbles creates clouds of very small carbonic gas "daughter bubbles," which grow and expand much faster than the larger mother-bubbles from which they split.
CO2 emissions at their current rates, absorbed by the sea and turned into carbonic acid, pose a real threat to the ocean's organisms.
2] pollution into the air, some of that carbon dioxide is absorbed into the ocean to become carbonic acid, and gradually builds up in the ocean.
When carbon dioxide is released from the solution in the form of bubbles, and a sip is taken, enzymes in the mouth convert the remaining free carbon dioxide into carbonic acid.
Blood tests showed that the low-zinc diet lowered the men's stores of the mineral, and diminished the activity of the carbonic anhydrase enzymes in their red blood cells.
Sater explained that such strategic initiatives support the Green Information Technology Culture, which seeks to find sustainable solutions to reduce pollution and carbonic fingerprint; thus positively serving the environment related objective in Bahrain Economic Vision 2030, which takes into account public and health safety on the individual and group level and the public environment level.
During inspections at Cargo Village, Dubai Customs discovered forged cheques, banknotes, tourist cheques, carbonic papers and credit cards hidden in a shipment and parcels that came from African, Asian and European countries in to the country.
Summary: The Dubai Customs had foiled 18 attempts to smuggle forged cheques, bank notes, tourist cheques, carbonic papers and credit cards at Cargo Village in just ten months.
Thanks to an enzyme known as carbonic anhydrase, the human body is marvelously adapted to capture and release the carbon dioxide that is a natural byproduct of respiration, digestion and other physiological processes.
The corrosives include acid halides, alkaline earth hydroxides, atmosphere, carbonic acid, drinking water, hot oxidizing gases, methanol, sodium chloride, and sulfuric acid.