total carbon


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total carbon

[′tōd·əl ′kär·bən]
(metallurgy)
The sum of free and combined carbon in a ferrous alloy, especially steel.
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Those goals include carbon-neutral growth by 2020, an improvement in fuel efficiency and reduction in total carbon dioxide emissions.
For the test work, a composite sample (minus 3.35mm grain size), grading 8.2% total carbon from 29.3 to 45.0m depth in hole GGDDH 1701, was prepared.
Central England Co-op's total carbon footprint has now reduced by 70 per cent since 2010.
Central England Co-op said it's total carbon footprint has now reduced by 70 per cent since 2010.
The total carbon avoided can be compared to saving approximately 9.1 million liters of gasoline or 7,136 hectares of carbon-sequestering forests.
In addition, China aims to reduce total carbon emissions on its territory by 45 percent by 2020, the target set by the government for the first time in 2009.
The council was set a target of reducing its total carbon emissions by more than a fifth on its 2014/15 levels by 2020.
"Concerted action by a small number of local mayors and governments can significantly reduce national total carbon footprints," said Daniel Moran, the lead author in the paper.
Grandera products with StarLight technology that allows fittings to stay resistant to scratched and dirt; SmartControl Concealed technology which allows users to choose spray patterns and adjust the water flow as desired and the Grohe Blue Home, a water system that can cut costs by up to 60% while total carbon emissions are reduced by about 80% compared to bottled water, according to the company.
Six cultivars were evaluated in 2016 in Uganda for resistance to thrips under field conditions and analyzed for total carbon, total reducing sugar, total protein, soluble amino acid, total phenol, flavonoids, antioxidant activity and tannin contents.
Food and Drug Administration for its Blood Urea Nitrogen and Total Carbon Dioxide point-of-care tests to aid in the diagnosis of renal diseases and metabolic imbalances.

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