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CO2

Abbreviation for carbon dioxide.

CO2

formula for carbon dioxide.

CO2

Abbreviation for carbon dioxide.

CO,

n carbon dioxide; a heavy, colorless, and odorless gas formed during respiration. It is lethal to humans in large to moderate concentrations.

CO2

Abbreviation for carbon dioxide.

CO2


CO2 content
see carbon dioxide content.
CO2 pistol
a weapon for firing darts containing immobilizing agents at animals. Powered by compressed CO2 and effective only at very short ranges—ranges at which cordite powered projectiles would cause trauma.
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Major operators involved in the production of oil from the Permian Basin CO2 EOR fields are Chevron Corporation, ConocoPhillips Co.
The DNV GL Recommended Practice (RP) 'DNV-RP-J202 Design and Operation of CO2 Pipelines' will be updated to reflect the new knowledge and help ensure that the highest safety standards are met when transporting CO2.
However, in modern breweries CO2 from high-pressure storage tanks may be added to beer after fermentation to increase carbonation, to pressurize beer dispensing lines, or to sterilize brewing equipment.
In the area of CO2 capture from coal-fired flue gas, which requires highly sophisticated technology due to various impurities contained in the flue gas, MHI has already established an impressive track record.
That's why greenhouse owners pump CO2 into their greenhouses to increase plant production.
Because these bacterial foot odors block the CO2 response and at the same time activate other olfactory neurons, it is very plausible that these odors cause the switch from the long distance CO2 signal to the preferred biting place, the feet.
Going forward with information from the test results, JGC and BASF will focus on the commercialization of HiPACT technology in all relevant sectors, for example in natural gas projects with CO2 re-injection.
Christian Stein, marketing director at Peugeot in the UK, said; "Peugeot has long held a commitment to reducing the environmental impact of its vehicles and these sales statistics for 2008 show us to be at the very top as the leading low CO2 car company, both in the UK and across Europe.
CO2 is odorless, requiring detectors to warn of abnormally high levels.
Less stopping and starting means less CO2: Every time you stop then start in traffic, the engine uses more fuel and produces more CO2.
If electrolysis is used, it will most likely be by way of nuclear power plants, which means more of those will have to be built, or by coal-fired plants, which means lots of CO2 will be released.
A new additive allows marking of plastics--especially the "challenging" polyolefins--with low-powered CO2 lasers.