- n. Plural form of hydrocarbon.
“Probably the most useful means of classifying hydrocarbons is with respect to their clinical effects.”
“At a recent conference here on the Arctic, he surprised visiting scientists by supporting research into theories that burning hydrocarbons is causing a dangerous build up of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.”
“A complication from aspirating hydrocarbons is chemical pneumonia.”
“You make some valid points concerning the persistance of the long chain hydrocarbons from decades ago.”
“But all the hydrogen on Earth, except that in hydrocarbons, has already been oxidized, so none of it is available as fuel.”
“These liquids feature very low vapour pressure and virtual non-solubility in hydrocarbons, paving the way for a biphasic catalysis.”
“One of Mexico's proposals allows for financial compensation in the event that either country extracts hydrocarbons from the other's reserves.”
“For the government of President Morales, hydrocarbons is a fundamental topic, in particular the industrialisation of natural gas," Carlos Villegas, an economic adviser to Mr Morales, said in Beijing.”
“While the recycling of carbon dioxide into hydrocarbons is a highly energy demanding process some applications, i.e. solar power related applications, may not be overly concerned with this high energy input requirement.”
“They had been identified as hydrocarbons, which is just a highbrow name for grease.”
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