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YELLOWISH LIQUID
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INDUSTRY
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ENERGY EFFICIENCY
BREATHING AIR
PRODUCT RANGE
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NATURAL PROCESSES
INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY
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NUMBER
HYDROGEN
FUNGI
PRODUCTION
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POWER PLANTS
DESIRED RESULT
HEATING
ELECTRICITY GENERATION
OIL REFINERIES
NATURAL SOURCES
RANEY NICKEL
BYPRODUCTS
BYPRODUCT
NITROGEN OXIDES
VEGETABLE OILS
INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES
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Definitions

  1. Industrial processes are the main source of benzene in the environment.

Industrial Biotechnology

  1. White biotechnology, also known as industrial biotechnology, is biotechnology applied to industrial processes. (Web site)

Industrial Microbiology

  1. Industrial microbiology: The exploitation of microbes for use in industrial processes. (Web site)

Yellowish Liquid

  1. The impure carbon disulfide that is usually used in most industrial processes is a yellowish liquid with an unpleasant odor, like that of rotting radishes.

Types

  1. Industrial processes such as this are the types which have historically been eligible to receive the protection of our patent laws. (Web site)

Development

  1. The development of the applied science behind manufacturing is covered in Industrial processes.

Environment

  1. Some organosulfur compounds in the environment, are generated as minor by-products of industrial processes such as the manufacture of plastics and tires. (Web site)

Volcanoes

  1. Sulfur dioxide (also sulphur dioxide) is the chemical compound with the formula S O 2. It is produced by volcanoes and in various industrial processes. (Web site)

Colorless

  1. A colorless, extremely irritating gas or liquid, SO 2, used in many industrial processes, especially the manufacture of sulfuric acid. (Web site)
  2. Hydrogen sulfide is a colorless, highly flammable and explosive gas produced naturally by decaying organic matter and by certain industrial processes.

Industry

  1. This is used today in Stirling engines and many other industrial processes to save heat and make industry more efficient.

Essential

  1. Because yeasts as a group are particularly important in industrial processes and medicine and as model organisms, the work is essential to many users.

Energy Efficiency

  1. Industrial Waste Heat Recovery - Waste Heat Recovery from exit gases can significantly increase the energy efficiency of industrial processes.

Breathing Air

  1. ABAC have introduced a revised high pressure air compressor range suitable for breathing air, diving, paint ball and many other industrial processes. (Web site)

Product Range

  1. Product range includes equipment for sensing, measuring and controlling most industrial processes.

Greenhouse Gases

  1. Other greenhouse gases that do not occur naturally, but are generated in a variety of industrial processes, are halocarbons and sulphur hexafluoride.

Natural Processes

  1. Industrial processes contribute more acetone to the environment than natural processes.

Industrial Ecology

  1. Industrial ecology is the notion that major manufacturing and industrial processes need to shift from open loop systems to closed loop systems. (Web site)

Natural

  1. Industrial pollution is caused primarily by industrial processes, the burning of coal, oil and natural gas, which in turn produce smoke and fumes.
  2. Another two-phase material which plays a key role in a variety of natural and industrial processes is a suspension of solid particles in a liquid. (Web site)

Number

  1. Dicarboxylic acids, compounds that contain two carboxyl groups, are important in a number of industrial processes.

Hydrogen

  1. Currently most of the hydrogen used in industrial processes is produced from natural gas through a steam reforming process.
  2. Current uses of hydrogen are in industrial processes, rocket fuel, and spacecraft propulsion.

Fungi

  1. Fungi are useful for a number of industrial processes, including alcoholic fermentation. (Web site)

Production

  1. While the production of rope from hemp requires no chemicals or industrial processes, nylon fibre is more than twice as strong as hemp and weighs 25% less.

Processes

  1. In industrial processes, it is largely responsible for the rates at which many processes proceed, and for the uniformity of the resulting product. (Web site)

Power Plants

  1. Sources of fine particles include all types of combustion (motor vehicles, power plants, wood burning, etc.) and some industrial processes.

Desired Result

  1. From a practical standpoint, it affords an opportunity to fine-tune designs and industrial processes to achieve a desired result with small alterations. (Web site)

Heating

  1. Furthermore, it will not only provide heating, but also cooling and air conditioning, or energy for industrial processes.
  2. Electricity substitutes for oil and gas in heating and industrial processes. (Web site)

Electricity Generation

  1. Renewable energy is used for electricity generation, heat in industrial processes, heating and cooling buildings, and transportation fuels.

Oil Refineries

  1. This may be useful in the removal of H 2 S from oil refineries and from other industrial processes.

Natural Sources

  1. Other sources include fuel combustion in industrial processes and natural sources such as wildfires.

Raney Nickel

  1. Raney nickel is a solid catalyst composed of fine grains of a nickel - aluminium alloy, used in many industrial processes. (Web site)

Byproducts

  1. Human-made gases (2 percent of total emissions) are released as byproducts of industrial processes and through leakage. (Web site)

Byproduct

  1. It also occurs in some natural gas and in the emissions of some volcanoes, and as a byproduct of some industrial processes. (Web site)
  2. It also occurs in the emissions of some volcanoes, and as a byproduct of some industrial processes.

Nitrogen Oxides

  1. Tropospheric ozone is a stew of volatile organic compounds and nitrogen oxides emitted by transportation vehicles, power plants and industrial processes.
  2. The "acid" in acid rain comes from sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides, products of burning coal and other fuels and from certain industrial processes. (Web site)

Vegetable Oils

  1. It was developed in 1926 by American engineer Murray Raney[1] as an alternative catalyst for the hydrogenation of vegetable oils in industrial processes. (Web site)

Industrial Processes

  1. Essential to many household and industrial processes, fungi are also used in the production of enzymes, organic acids, vitamins, and antibiotics. (Web site)
  2. Essential to many food and industrial processes, fungi are used in the production of enzymes, organic acids, vitamins, and antibiotics. (Web site)
  3. The River Wandle flowing north towards Wandsworth, had for centuries driven watermills and provided water for a number of industrial processes.

Categories

  1. Vegetable Oils
  2. Natural Processes
  3. Power Plants
  4. Organic Acids
  5. Nitrogen Oxides
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