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carbon 12

or carbon-12,


n.
the isotopic carbon atom used as the standard for atomic weight.
[1940–45]
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Next to Carbon 12, an eight-story mass-timber mixed-use building in North Portland, the Kaiser Group and PATH Architecture are sticking with wood.
Subsequently, Carbon 12 (C12) and Carbon 18 (C18) poly-cycloalkanes were directly produced by the reaction of '2,5-hexanedione' and hydrogen over a dual-bed catalyst system.
For example, the stable isotopes of carbon include carbon 12 (written as 12C for short, with 6 protons and 6 neutrons) and carbon 13 (13C, with 6 protons and 7 neutrons).
What Satisfaction Could You Possibly Have will run at Carbon 12, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz until September 2.
(Photo courtesy: Carbon 12) DUBAI: Art lovers, curators, collectors and enthusiasts are rejoicing as the biggest and most globally diverse art fair is set to open from March 21 to 24 at Madinat Jumeirah.
Oregon BEST named Carbon 12, a planned eight-story condominium complex in Portland, as runner-up and will give the project $45,000 for acoustic and moisture testing.
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of Cambridge, MA, provides for the direct measurement of the three forms of carbon that make up the carbon cycle (e.g., carbon 12, carbon 13 and carbon 14—the “3C's of the Carbon Cycle) and their transformation to financial products for global markets.
The biomarker O'Brien and her research group pilot-tested was the ratio of two different carbon atoms--heavy carbon 13 and light carbon 12 --which are incorporated into plants during photosynthesis.
1 Camelops Femina Swiss-born New York-based artist and photographer Olaf Breuning presents his first solo exhibition in the Middle East at Dubai's Carbon 12 gallery.
For example, carbon 13 is a heavier (and rare) version of the most common type of carbon, called carbon 12. Occasionally, a carbon-13 atom replaces a carbon-12 atom in a methane molecule.