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car·bo·na·ceous

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

(ˌkɑːbəˈneɪʃəs)
adj
(Chemistry) of, resembling, or containing carbon
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car•bo•na•ceous

(ˌkɑr bəˈneɪ ʃəs)

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

[ˌkɑːbəˈneɪʃəs] ADJcarbonoso
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carbonaceous

adjKohlenstoff-, kohlenstoffhaltig
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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.
Other asteroids may show similar evidence for solid organics of the kind found in the carbonaceous meteorites, but that must be confirmed before we can understand the distribution of this organic signature among the asteroid types.
Glauconitic sandstone and carbonaceous shale with occasional belemnite and ammonite were taken into account to mark the Chichali Formation.
In lesser amounts, the carbonaceous material provides a reducing atmosphere in the mold, which minimizes casting surface oxidation and improves casting surface quality or peel.
This finding--the first accurate measurement of the density of a carbonaceous asteroid--could prompt a reassessment of the geophysical history of these wandering planetesimals.
These three lithofacies assemblages from top to bottom are designated as "A" (combination of mudstone, carbonaceous shale, and coal beds), and two types of sandstone lithofacies "B" and "C".
Carbonaceous meteorites might have carried water to Earth, Owen says.
When carbonaceous covers are used, care must be exercised over the particle size grading and impurity levels (ash, moisture, other) to minimize quality problems and melt losses.
Based on Pickett Cross-plots and various litho-logs, the transect lithology evaluated for Hangu formation consists offine to medium grained, light grey siliceous sandstone with inter-beds of shale and patches of carbonaceous claystone at the top and bottom, while the Lumshiwal formation comprises mainly of fine to medium grained, dark grey to greenish grey, quartzitic, abrasive sandstone with carbonaceous, glauconitic shale, siltstone and sandy limestone intercalations at places.
The uniformity indicates that the rock, classified as a C-type asteroid because it contains carbonaceous material, is a pristine relic of the early solar system.