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“And this comes from the very short carbon-carbon bonds.”
“At the heart of the trio's achievement are carbon-carbon bonds, the basis of life.”
“Perhaps fiberglass is not as brittle as reinforced carbon-carbon (preventing a fracturing of the hull of Orion, a la the holing of the RCC on Columbia).”
“No more expensive and hard to maintain tiles or carbon-carbon composites.”
“The area where the nicks are is not as thermally active or important as other areas, which is why it wasn't composed of reenforced carbon-carbon to begin with. common sense”
“They are protected by a laminated composite reinforced carbon-carbon material made of graphite rayon cloth impregnated with a phenolic resin.”
“The carbon-carbon composite protects to temperatures up to 3000 Degrees F.”
“The more carbon-carbon double bonds a fatty acid has, the more susceptible it is to oxidation.”
“In the picture below you can see a saturated fatty acid on top and a monounsaturated one double carbon-carbon bond fatty acid on the bottom.”
“We have enzymes called desaturases that desaturate, i.e., add carbon-carbon double bonds, fats.”
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