carbonaceous


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car·bo·na·ceous

 (kär′bə-nā′shəs)
adj.
Consisting of, containing, relating to, or yielding carbon.

carbonaceous

(ˌkɑːbəˈneɪʃəs)
adj
(Chemistry) of, resembling, or containing carbon

car•bo•na•ceous

(ˌkɑr bəˈneɪ ʃəs)

adj.
of, like, or containing carbon.
[1785–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.carbonaceous - relating to or consisting of or yielding carbon
Translations

carbonaceous

[ˌkɑːbəˈneɪʃəs] ADJcarbonoso

carbonaceous

adjKohlenstoff-, kohlenstoffhaltig
References in classic literature ?
From the absence of all carbonaceous matter, Professor Ehrenberg believes that these organic bodies have passed through the volcanic fire, and have been erupted in the state in which we now see them.
The shape and distribution of the occurrences of the micro-fossils in carbonaceous material, strongly support the debris to be that of a micro-organism, Ghose told the convention.
Santa Luz processing will be based on a whole ore leach flowsheet that allows for processing of both non-carbonaceous and carbonaceous minerals.
Looking at the field data, especially the carbonaceous part that includes soot, unburned fuel and other products of incomplete combustion, it really looked like a lot of it was coming from gasoline rather than diesel," Hayes says.
The studyrevealed that Chichali Formation consists of glauconitic sandstone, ferruginous sandstone and carbonaceous shale lithofacies and occasional limestone facies.
It is possible that water-rich minerals detected on Psyche might have been delivered to its surface by carbonaceous asteroids that impacted Psyche in the distant past.
LC deposits consist of alternating sandy, aleurolite, carbonaceous and argillaceous rocks.
In sections on starbons, hydrothermal carbonization, characterizing porous carbonaceous solids, and commercialization, they consider such topics as the search for functional porous carbon from sustainable precursors, applying carbonaceous materials in separation science, hydrothermal carbon materials for heterogeneous catalysis, the bulk and surface analysis of carbonaceous materials, and microscopy and related techniques for analyzing porous carbonaceous material.
During the past 15 years, there's been a critical need for an efficient distributed technology that can produce fuel efficiently from a variety of distributed carbonaceous resources, such as stranded gas resource, flared gas from oil wells, natural gas liquids and waste biomass.
Craig Marshall is an expert in using Raman spectroscopy to look for carbonaceous materials, while Alison Olcott Marshall is a paleontologist interested in how the record of life gets preserved on Earth, especially when there is no bone or shell or tooth or other hard part to fossilize.
They are thought to contain significant quantities of water and organic compounds, and many scientists think Earth's water was brought here by similar carbonaceous fragments bombarding our primordial planet.
The BAF hypothesis was bolstered by them being dark and with a spectral shape similar to carbonaceous meteorites.