combined carbon

combined carbon

[kəm′bīnd ′kär·bən]
(chemistry)
Carbon that is chemically combined within a compound, as contrasted with free or uncombined elemental carbon.
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Briquetted SiC was examined for silicon carbide, combined carbon, free carbon, sulfur and moisture.
In the launch phase, the DHL Service Point 24/7 outlets can potentially yield a combined carbon reduction of 80 tons per annum.
In the launch phase, the DHL SERVICE POINT 24/7 can potentially yield a combined carbon reduction of 80 tons per annum.
The combination of carbon fibre-reinforced epoxy and metal alloys goes back a few years to when Dymag Racing of Chippenham combined carbon fibre/epoxy rims with forged magnesium hubs and spokes.
Actions to replace fluorescent lighting, and to repair the steam delivery system, are on track to net a combined carbon reduction of 489 tons of carbon dioxide per year.
EMPLOYEES at building products firm Marshalls could save pounds 425,000 on their total energy bills and cut their combined carbon footprint by more than 3,000 tonnes, it has emerged.
So far this year the combined carbon dioxide emissions of new cars on sale in the UK has fallen by two and a half times that of the whole of 2008.
We like to annoy the ecologists with our combined carbon footprint.
The emissions trading scheme will place a pollution cap on firms and public organisations - including councils, schools, hospitals and universities - with a combined carbon footprint of around 14m tonnes.
According to Flynn, the principal ambition of the initiative is to reduce KMPG's member firms' combined carbon footprint by 25 percent by the year 2010 from a 2007 baseline, through emission reduction schemes and the use of renewable energy.
The protocol, adopted in 1997, will only take effect if it is ratified by at least 55 nations, including advanced states whose combined carbon dioxide emissions make up 55% of the developed world's total emissions in 1990.
The protocol will only take effect if it is ratified by at least 55 countries, including industrialized nations whose combined carbon dioxide emissions make up 55% of the developed world's total emissions in 1990.

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