carbanion

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carbanion

[¦kärb′an‚ī·ən]
(chemistry)
One of the charged fragments which arise on heterolytic cleavage of a covalent bond involving carbon; the fragment carries an unshared pair of electrons and bears a negative charge.
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this service includes the procurement and delivery of carbon acids magnesiumkalken including storage and handling, their application of appropriate technology in a uniform distribution and the required application rate of 3 t / ha and the total lime application rate according to specifications.
While the use of solar energy is better than the electrical generators for electricity, that is because the solar energy lessens the rise of carbon acids in the air.
the service includes the procurement and delivery of carbon acids magnesiumkalken including interim storage and handling, their application of appropriate technology in a uniform distribution and the required application rate of 3 t / ha and the total lime application rate according to specifications.