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benzol

[′ben‚zȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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At the time, picric acid was the most sought-after explosive material and benzol was the superior gasoline.
Finalmente, o benzol era conhecido pelos efeitos nos operarios das tinturarias, elaboracao de borracha, lavadouros de panos e las.
A mother showed us two blister caps of Benzol, which she claimed was given to her by a man who told her to let her kids take it.
In addition, according to him, the Government controls the matter on lack of high octane benzols.
The plant was originally started for dealing with the extraction of toulol only, but very soon after the commencement of operations the authorities asked that benzol might be extracted, in addition to the other fractions, and the various plants were adapted accordingly.
Tomemos electrones, cuantos de luz, moleculas de benzol o piedras, siempre iremos a parar a estas dos caracteristicas, lo corpuscular y lo ondulatorio.
The visual subjectively and benzol test were used to separate the true wool and medullated fiber.
Additionally, the company is also scheduled to activate its newly established production line of hydro-refining crude benzol in the first half of this year, which can turn out 100,000 metric tons a year.
20) The Bergius hydrogenation process produced high-quality gasoline suitable for use as an aviation fuel, while the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis process produced high-quality diesel fuel, lubricating oil, and some low-quality gasoline that, when mixed with benzol or benzene, became suitable fuel for cars and trucks.
Key costs - gas and electricity being regulated and benzol, roughly following oil prices - rose at a relatively modest rate that provided for expansion of profit margins.
Apos serem desidratados, os segmentos do intestino foram recortados em fragmentos de cerca de 1,0 cm, diafanizados em benzol e incluidos em parafina (JUNQUEIRA; JUNQUEIRA, 1983).
72, which held the record from 1933 to 1935, consumed prodigious amounts of "hot" fuel (60% benzol, 30% methanol, 10% acetone in the case of the Supermarine S.