coproduct

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co·prod·uct

 (kō′prŏd′əkt)
n.
A product produced together with another product.

coproduct

(kəʊˈprɒdʌkt)
n
a joint product

co•prod•uct

(ˈkoʊˌprɒd əkt, -ʌkt)

n.
something produced jointly with another product.
[1940–45]
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BYPRODUCTS, COPRODUCTS AND DERIVATIVES OF THE SUGAR AGROINDUSTRY
The chemical composition and the results are presented in Table 1, where the high protein content was observed for the coproducts, mainly for castor bean and forage radish (420.
Then the coproducts of the elements [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are:
In addition to producing 50 million gallons of biodiesel, Duonix Beatrice is expected to produce a variety of coproducts such as glycerin, which can be used as a food additive and as a compound found in a number of medical, pharmaceutical and personal care products.
Duonix Beatrice has been a tremendous proving ground for the ENSEL technology and it establishes a platform for developing other valued coproducts that we believe will find success in the marketplace.
The coproducts such as diethylene glycol and triethylene glycol are obtained in the manufacturing process of MEG from ethylene oxide.
As of May 16, the country has 44 operating metallic mines-27 nickel mines, one copper mine with gold as coproduct, two copper mines with gold and silver as coproducts, six gold mines with silver as coproduct, three chromite mines and five iron mines, according to the MGB.
By applying certain processing techniques, microalgal biomass can produce carbohydrates and proteins in addition to lipids, and all of these can be converted into coproducts.
As a result, the bottom-line cost of making ethylene from naphtha depends on the pricing of these other products as well (ethane produces virtually none of those coproducts when cracked for ethylene production).
The research team, which includes Elkasabi, is headed by chemical engineer Akwasi Boateng with chemist Charles Mullen, and engineers Neil Goldberg and Mark Schaffer, in the Sustainable Biofuels and Coproducts Unit at the ARS Eastern Regional Research Center.
At minimum, the equipment you'll need for home biodiesel production is a stainless steel reactor tank, a wash station to remove the coproducts, and containers for storing the resulting fuel.