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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.
For example, chloroform causes liver cancer in female but not male mice; and though benzol and arsenic are carcinogenic in humans, they "are not so in any of the rodent species commonly used in experimental laboratories" (p.
Application involves only a small amount of cream, which the manufacturers claim will protect against oil, petrol, benzol, paint, lacquer, adhesives, synthetic resin, soot, polyester, oxides, tar and bitumen products, silicone compounds, PU glue, dust, fibreglass, graphite and much more.
Concentrations of benzol in the atmosphere over Athens are four times higher than the European average, according to ambient air readings of this toxic substance blamed for blood circulation problems.
The ovaries were weighed (GW) to the nearest 0.1 g and a sample of about 2.0 g was removed from each ovary, dehydrated in methanol, cleared in benzol, and embedded in paraffin.
For example, the treaty required Germany to cede to the Allies all of its merchant ships over 1,600 tons, plus one-quarter of its fishing fleet; (26) to deliver huge quantities of coal to numerous Allied nations, as well as Benzol, coal tar, and ammonium sulfate to France; (27) and, despite the existence of famine conditions in Germany, to provide the Allies with a substantial portion of its remaining livestock.
The Ninth Circuit affirmed the district court's allocation of one hundred percent of the clean up costs to the United States for benzol waste.
In fact, refiners who initially declined to use lead, including Ethyl's parent, Standard Oil, overwhelmingly favored benzol, a coal oil it did not produce.
Also known as benzol, benzene is a colorless liquid with a sweet odor.
There is obviously a fair amount of stamina about in the bottom line, and it showed in another of Side Of Gold's offspring, Hick And Benzol, runner-up for the Greenwich Cup at Catford and a finalist in Ramsgate's Kent St Leger.