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carbonaceous

[kär·bə′nā·shəs]
(science and technology)
Relating to or composed of carbon.

carbonaceous

Said of rock containing organic matter.
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It's insufficient because however the carbonaceous material is made, it will be the same chemically and structurally, and thus Raman spectroscopy cannot determine the origin.
More answers maybe coming soon; some properties of the Sutter's Mill meteorite, like how it reflects light, are similar to the carbonaceous asteroid that Japan's Hayabusa-2 spacecraft plans to visit in 2018.
Work in 2007 indicates that gold mineralization is localized in carbonaceous schists along a reverse fault contact with overlying marble.
Emission factors for molding sand and core mixes, where the levels of organic binders or carbonaceous additives are different from those stated in Table C, can be estimated by assuming a direct linear relationship.
Upper Jurassic carbonaceous lithofacies, mainly of the Tithonian stage, predominate in the Shahdag region.
Sulfonated polymer samples were then pyrolyzed to yield carbonaceous material.
The procedure involves burning off carbonaceous material from the catalyst surface, thereby liberating plugged pores and removing coke foulants from deactivated catalyst sites.
Carbon and carbonaceous matter are ruled out as the principal blackening agent, as are iron and iron-oxide species of sizes greater than 300 nm, in the pottery studied here.
com/research/9x3zr9/polymer) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Polymer Composites with Carbonaceous Nanofillers" to their offering.
Sandstones, siltstone, shale, claystone, carbonaceous
The study's authors turned to another potential source of Earth's water -- carbonaceous chondrites.
Washington, May 10 ( ANI ): Researchers from Brown and Case Western Reserve universities and Carnegie Institution of Washington have found that the water found on the moon, like that on Earth, came from small meteorites called carbonaceous chondrites in the first 100 million years or so after the solar system formed.