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carbon dioxide content (CO2 content) test

a blood test used to measure CO2 content in the blood. It is used to assist in evaluating the patient's pH status and electrolytes. It is usually performed along with other assessments of electrolytes and is used primarily as a rough guide as to the patient's acid/base balance.
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It really is connected with the increasing CO2 content of the atmosphere.
The average CO2 content was 30% in a 213-m gas column.
1 million cubic feet of gas per day through a 1-inch choke On an energy equivalent basis, this production rate is equal to over 2,350 barrels of oil equivalent per day after accounting for CO2 content.
The Council also confirmed that "very demanding" sustainability criteria had to be defined soon, ie that as soon as possible there should be a minimum threshold of 35% (C02 savings compared to CO2 content of the materials used for their production) and 50% no later than 2015.
Our unique CApure process is ideally suited to liquefaction projects as we are able to reduce the CO2 content of the biomethane to below 50 ppm in one step, making liquefaction to bioLNG possible.
The deposit, which has a CO2 content of 13%, is close to being exhausted.
These strategies are based on an improvement in energy efficiency, "significant use of renewables", a reduction in the CO2 content of conventional energy sources ("clean coal") and the development of hydrogen-powered fuel cells for the cars of the future.
In the new project, a process is to be developed for producing plastic components with a CO2 content of at least 20 percent.
One of them is the Wiriagar Deep, a super-giant with gas only having 10% CO2 content, found in 1995.