carbon ratio

carbon ratio

[′kär·bən ‚rā·shō]
(geology)
The ratio of fixed carbon to fixed carbon plus volatile hydrocarbons in a coal.
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He pointed out that SEC was the first company to adopt this environmental option, which is to co-operate with the cement company, after the approval of the recycling technology by the General Authority for Meteorology and Environmental Protection, especially as carbon ash contains high carbon ratio sometimes up to 85 per cent, while the cement plants need this ash as auxiliary fuel with heavy fuel, which is used in furnaces of cement factories.
Carbon ash contains high carbon ratio, sometimes up to 85 percent, while the cement plants need this ash as auxiliary fuel with heavy fuel, which is used in furnaces of cement factories.
He noted that SEC is the first firm to adopt this environmental option, which is to collaborate with the cement company, after the approval of the recycling technology by the General Authority for Meteorology and Environmental Protection, especially as carbon ash contains high carbon ratio sometimes up to 85%, while the cement plants need this ash as auxiliary fuel with heavy fuel, which is used in furnaces of cement facilities.
Renewable methanol that is produced through the gasification process and using biomass is used as a liquid motor fuel as it has a high hydrogen to carbon ratio due to its high octane rating.
Previously, to obtain the hydrogen to carbon ratio in a rock sample, researchers would have to isolate the organic matter, purify it and then send it off to a laboratory to have the elemental hydrogen and elemental carbon content measured.
The main use of water in synfuels production is in hydrogenation to improve the hydrogen to carbon ratio of the product fuel, cooling, and mining and residuals disposal.
This is due to natural gas' high hydrogen to carbon ratio.
Members of Krasnopolsky's team have proposed that a spectrometer sensitive enough to detect the slight difference in carbon ratio could be part of a Mars lander laboratory planned for launch in 2009.
From the screen analyses and composition of the carbon fines, it is apparent that the gold to carbon ratio is significantly higher in the fine (minus 0.
5:1 steam to carbon ratio and described the favorable economic implications of reducing this ratio.
The amounts of oil shale and LDPE in co-pyrolysis samples were taken to give the total carbon ratio GOS:LDPE = 1:1.
As living organisms grow, chemical reactions in their cells alter the natural carbon ratio, slightly favoring the light isotope, carbon-12, over the heavier one, carbon-13.