carbon dioxide production


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production

 [pro-duk´shun]
the creation or bringing forth of something.
carbon dioxide production the amount of carbon dioxide produced by the tissues, measured as the amount of carbon dioxide given off by the lungs; normally 200 ml/min (or 3.0 ml/kg/min), but increased with increased metabolic rate.

car·bon di·ox·ide pro·duc·tion

(V̊CO2) (kahr-bŏn dī-oks'īd prŏ-duk'shŭn)
The volume of carbon dioxide produced by the body, per minute; it is reported in liters or mL per minute at STPD.
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Because the carbon dioxide production rates rhythmically fluctuated with an approximately 3.5-h period, the curves were also smoothed by the simple moving averages to find the diurnal trends.
For example, since 2008, it changed lightbulbs that it says has reduced carbon dioxide production by 466,000 pounds a year, according to its Status of Environmental Sustainability Activities report.
Participants were asked to walk on a treadmill at three speeds (1.6, 2.8 and 3.9 miles per hour) as researchers measured their oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide production.
Our only viable choice now is to slow carbon dioxide production and try to mitigate the harm.
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An item on Radio 4 said that carbon dioxide production in the UK had been reduced by 20% over a prescribed period.
The PS40,000 panels will help save up to 10% of the school's energy consumption, reducing carbon dioxide production by 19,000kg, and are expected to last at least 25 years.
In 2009, QDVC began calculating its fleet carbon dioxide production and determined that, over the past three years, around 8,000 tonnes of had been produced.
If you add the cost of additional fuel use by stationary or slow moving vehicles, the additional carbon dioxide production, and the extra health costs of diesel fume pollution in the densely populated Birmingham and Black Country sections of the M6, then there is a powerful case for Government to purchase the M6 Toll and abolish tolls.
Grosvenor professor in Drexel's Department of Materials Science and Engineering, this alternative production method and the ubiquity of the mix ingredients, lessens the cost of materials for Drexel's cement about 40% versus portland cement, and reduces energy consumption and carbon dioxide production by 97%.

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