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benzole

(1) An unrefined coal tar derivative which contains benzene and toluene.
(2) Benzene, see there.
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When the ships hit, sparks ignited the benzol on the Mont-Blanc, causing tendrils of smoke to rise from the deck, she explained.
The Shuho-Maru, operated by a shipping firm in Bizen, Okayama Prefecture, was heading to Yokoyama after unloading 500 tons of benzol at a Sumitomo Chemical Co.
62) The United States had conceded that it was an arranger of the benzol wastes at the site.
British Steel and British Benzol and Coal Distillation Limited cases are still under investigation, but a similar process for these will be followed.
Alteration of fertility endpoints in adult male F-344 rats by subchronic exposure to inhaled benzol a Ipyrene.
Mowbray, aged 26, took over as manager of tile station for National Benzol Ltd.
A petrol rich in benzol [benzene] would produce less water vapour for a given power but the improvement would not be very great.
The report contains an in-depth analysis of the European Union market for benzol (benzene), toluol (toluene) and xylol (xylenes), covering EU total and local markets.
Coke by-products such as crude benzol, sulfur, sulfur ammonia and purified coal gas will be produced at the same time, thereby increasing our product portfolio.
MANY years ago you could fill up your car with Shell or BP, or with a superb fuel, National Benzol.
Such speeds required the use of gasoline containing hot-burning additives such as benzol, methanol or nitrous oxide, which corroded the cylinders and greatly reduced their service life, and it was simply not practical economics to manufacture the vastly complex piston engines of the day, with all those valves and cams whirring in unison or counterpoint, and then burn them out in a couple of hours with unsuitable fuel.