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homologation

[hə‚mäl·ə′gā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
A type of hydroformylation in which carbon monoxide reacts with certain saturated alcohols to yield either aldehydes or alcohols (or a mixture of both) containing one more carbon atom than the parent.

homologation

Certification, confirmation or approval. Data communications equipment is often subject to the homologation requirements of various countries.
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dynaCERT's HydraGEN Technology is the only hydrogen gas supply system that has ever been approved by KBA and received Homologation for the ABE Type Approval.
Per homologation rules at the time for Group B rallying, 200 roadgoing 6R4s were built.
In order to comply with DTM rules, Mercedes produced 502 homologation models, but offered something extra for discerning customers.
The homologation process is to certify whether the vehicle is roadworthy and follows all the criteria laid down by the government for scooters, in order for it to be imported into the country.
Fred Luke, the company president, said, 'Overall, the reduction of our overhead and re-direction of resources to the continued homologation of the SUV, is in line with our revised budget and timeline for final testing and delivery to the market.
Team member Oliver Mattos commented: "Although it is fun making things yourself, it is not always reliable." They were the only team to use a Pentium 4 Processor in favor of the Picaxe system but things did not go to plan and the team failed to get through homologation.
Namely, the vehicle that arrives at the border must go through the process of homologation and then it should be kept in a garage until the police establish that it is legal.
ELECTRIC vehicle maker Think has been granted the first ever pan-European homologation certificate for an electric car.
ELECTRIC vehicle maker Think has been granted the first pan-European homologation certificate for an electric car.
The European Parliament's Transport Committee adopted, on 29 May, its second-reading reports on two legislative proposals aimed at simplifying the procedures for the homologation and placing in service of rolling stock in the EU.