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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The Ministers noted Enviro-Mark Solutions Chief Executive Dr Ann Smith's observation that the award winners' combined carbon emissions reductions are equivalent to taking more than 23,000 medium-sized combustion engine cars off our roads for a year.
In reality, a "dash for gas" would consume almost two-thirds of G20 countries' combined carbon budget by 2050.
The V8 engine in the BMW M850i xDrive Coupe (combined fuel consumption: 10.5-10.0 l per 100km; combined carbon dioxide emissions: 240-228g per km) delivers impressive power: The latest generation of the 4.4l eight-cylinder engine has been completely redeveloped.
As the newest member of the BMW X family, the BMW X2 has a combined fuel consumption of 6.3-4.5l/100km and combined carbon dioxide emissions of 144-118g/km.
[7] stated that the nanotube-nanotube network and a combined carbon nanotubepolymer network both lead to rheological percolation.
In the chassis design alone, weight-saving was achieved through redesigning the front roll hoop and bulkhead to utilise a lighter aluminium material; a combined carbon fibre nosecone and crash structure; and a lighter and quicker adjusting harness, with even lighter harness brackets while still safely securing the driver.
While we support the DOE's (Department of Energy's) call for energy efficiency, we at the DENR further urge the shift to renewable sources of energy, where possible, to lessen our country's dependence on coal and the generation of combined carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants,A Paje said in his memo to the President dated Dec.
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.
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.

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