aromatic hydrocarbon

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a hydrocarbon that contains one or more benzene rings that are characteristic of the benzene series of organic compounds

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While, the band round 1252 [cm.sup.-1] is the characteristic vibration absorption of P-O-C, which is caused by the formation of a phosphor-carbonaceous polyaromatic structure generated from the reaction between APP and the matrix [42].
et al., Improved bio-availability and biodegradation of a model polyaromatic hydrocarbon by a bio-surfactant producing bacterium of marine origin.
It consists of high molecular weight, complex mixtures of polyaromatic carbon ring units containing oxygen, nitrogen and sulfiir hetero-atoms.
Fuel station attendants are exposed to several toxic compounds present in automotive fuels which are responsible for various numbers of toxicological manifestations in human beings.1 Gasoline is the mixture of volatile polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs).
Cooking meat, poultry, or fish at high temperatures until well done can create heterocyclic amines (HCAs) and polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs).
GO nanosheet, a two-dimensional oxidized derivative of graphene, also contains isolated polyaromatic clusters and can be easily exfoliated from graphite with a high yield under simple oxidizing conditions.
Figure 6 includes detailed characterization distribution for the 25% load at intermediate rpm by carbon number, and Figure 7 shows the detailed polyaromatic hydrocarbon speciation on the range from [C.sub.10] through [C.sub.24] for the same mode.
Bioremediation of high molecular weight polyaromatic hydrocarbons co-contaminated with metals in liquid and soil slurries by metal tolerant PAHs degrading bacterial consortium.
Niaz, Chemical Characteristics (Nutrients, Fecal Sterols and Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons) of the Surface Waters for Sharm Obhur, Jeddah, Eastern Coast of the Red Sea.
This included the synthesis of a fluorescent polyaromatic hydrocarbon called rubrene that Kerkovius used to make yellow glow sticks.
Keywords: Polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), biodegradation, bioremediation, petrol contaminated soil, enumeration, Bushnell Hass (BH) medium.
These regulations limit toluene extractables, polyaromatic hydrocarbon and benzo(a) pyrene content in carbon black pigments for food packaging inks.
coMparison of dEnturE BasE rEsin rEinforcEd With polyaroMatic polyaMidE fiBErs of diffErEnt oriEntations.