blue gas

blue gas

[′blü ‚gas]
(materials)
A gas consisting chiefly of carbon monoxide and hydrogen, formed by the action of steam upon hot coke; used mainly as a source of hydrogen and in synthesis of other chemical compounds. Also known as blue water gas.
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Local and media sources said that terrorist groups secured the entering of Turkish truck to the Syrian territory of Jisr al-Shughour and the northern countryside of Hama through Bab al-Hawa crossing, accompanied by vehicles of al-Nusra and the so-called "Turkistan Party" after being loaded with long blue gas cylinders from the southern neighborhoods of Idleb.
There were explosions everywhere you looked, lots of bangs, blue gas coming out everywhere you looked.
Tenders are invited for the execution of an external audit (statutory) project implemented under the program Blue Gas - Polish Shale Gas Fri.
They have a blue gas filled sac that floats on the sea surface with long venomous tentacles that hang below it.
About 10-15 km above the earth's crust this pungent smelling pale blue gas (trioxygen molecule) although very dangerous for lives to breath in continuously breaks and form (from diatomic oxygen) with in fraction of seconds.
A pair of peregrines have nested for years atop giant claret and blue gas holders that tower 150 feet above the National Grid building.
The tools stolen include: a red Hilti breaker, model T3E05; red Hilti cordless drill, model TE7A; red Hilti breaker TE55; red Hilti 36-volt battery; a blue gas tool to measure gas readings, stored in a blue canvas bag, model ANTONV2; two 22-volt red Hilti cordless drills; and a red Hilti power saw.
I am thinking fifty years back, Dad placing a lamb in the blue gas oven: I was screeching, lying on the cream-of-linoleum floor, but about not owning a doll even as my smallest victory for having been born.
A deadly blue gas cylinder stood like a mute spectator outside its enclosure adjoining the kitchen.
Come on Brussels, I'll see you in court!" FORMATIVE YEARS: For the first four years of his life, the Guvnor played by the roaring blue gas fire in the snug bar, crawling around the floor between the legs of the bar stools, with a whippet and a greyhound, Princess and Lightning, and on occasion was heard to call the dogs Mummy and Daddy.
Gas recovery, by the way, is a Japanese system which we were licensed to build, for recovering that blue gas, burnt (wasted) carbon monoxide, which appears at intervals out of the Lackenby stacks.
Det Insp Grant said: "If anyone sold a significant number of these small blue gas canisters used for camping we want to hear from them.