oxygenless

oxygenless

(ˈɒksɪdʒənlɪs)
adj
without oxygen
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In August 2016, Ranjan gave a talk at Cambridge University about volcanism on Mars and the types of gases that would have been emitted by such eruptions in the red planet's oxygenless atmosphere.
Backed up by laboratory-based experimentation, the scientific community simply couldn't help itself and felt confident with their next prediction announcing that an "oxygenless" ascent of Everest would be impossible and result in certain death due to the hypoxic extremes of high-altitude.
Its carbon/greenhouse-gas-neutral fast-pyrolysis technology uses medium temperatures and oxygenless conditions to turn dry waste biomass and energy crops into BioOil for power and heat generation.
Naturally occurring anaerobic (oxygenless) bacteria in the tank start the biological breakdown process, but usually do not kill pathogens or remove toxic chemicals.
`A ND then, as fireballs do, it went to seek oxygen and we were left in this totally oxygenless environment, full of smoke with well over 100 young Welsh soldiers, some very badly burned.
This is exactly the type of bugs one would expect to find in the oxygenless depths of the crust, says Onstott.
Composting relies on aerobic (oxygen-loving) bacteria that work 10 to 20 times faster than the anaerobic (oxygenless) bacteria at work in septic tanks.
Paul Guthrie, an atmospheric scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md., suggests that additional methane is being produced by the anaerobic (oxygenless) decay of plants whose growth has been enhanced by the increasing atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide.
It proposed an electrochemical process to explain the corrosion of pipes in anaerobic (oxygenless) soils by sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRBs).