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CO2

(language, database)
An object-oriented database language combining C and O2, from GIP Altair, Versailles, France.

[Francois Bancilon et al, in Advances in Object-Oriented Database Systems, K.R. Dittrich ed, LNCS 334, Springer 1988].
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By agreement with gas transportation companies, CO2 content may reach +2%, mercaptans 1.
It establishes taxation based not only on energy content but also on the CO2 content of energy products, matched with minimum levels of taxation for the CO2 component.
The climate researcher concluded that these are important scenarios for the future because the CO2 content in the atmosphere has never been anywhere near as high over the past 800,000 years as today.
These gas fields require huge investments to remove the CO2 content and to make its energy content at the same level with normal gas fields which would make it appropriate for power generation.
There are no problems concerning the residual CO2 content, as due to the extremely increased surface of the ground product the carbon dioxide completely escapes almost instantaneously.
In order to improve indoor air quality, there are CO2 sensors in place to monitor CO2 content indoors regulating fresh air in case the CO2 content should increase.
AOI pledged to invest $65m over nine years on another phase of exploration and booked 670 BCF of net gas, after deducting its CO2 content which is stripped away on extraction, and 3.
But In Salah's gas has a CO2 content frequently as high as 10%, and Europe, which sources around a third of its natural gas from Algeria, requires that this CO2 content be 'scrubbed' to a maximum of 0.
Dormancy is affected by major extrinsic factors such as temperature, moisture content, oxygen and CO2 content of the storage atmosphere.
When the temperature of a blood sample changes in a closed system the pH, PCO2, and PO2 will change, but the SO2, O2 Content, CO2 Content, and HCO3- will not change.
On the one hand, the chain leading from the consumption of hydrocarbons to climatic disturbances -mean temperature rise, CO2 content of the atmosphere, sea level rise- has to be broken.