from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Decomposition or transformation of a compound caused by heat.
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- n. The decomposition of a material or compound due to heat in the absence of oxygen or any other reagents
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Chemical decomposition produced by exposure to a high temperature.
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- n. transformation of a substance produced by the action of heat
The process, known as pyrolysis, is similar to how charcoal is made.
Using an old scientific process called pyrolysis (which is cooking biomass like manure without the presence of oxygen), futuresettlerscould turn this smelly chicken manure into biochar (which is a charcoal like product).
Using a process called pyrolysis, the waste plastics are heated in the absence of air, causing a breakdown of the molecular bonds.
They analyzed gases emitted by 12 meteorites of the sort believed to have hit during the bombardment using a new laboratory technique called pyrolysis-FTIR, which can instantly heat samples to 1,000 degrees Celsius.
KiOR's biomass aka pyrolysis oil is not a near-perfect match to crude oil.
Forest debris are set on fire then covered by the blanket to reduce oxygen, turning ordinary open-air combustion into a process called pyrolysis.
About the video: Biochar is made using a process called pyrolysis, during which
About the video: Biochar is made using a process called pyrolysis, during which www. soilsolutionsinc.net Drilled mini-piles for foundation.
The consortium, which will be funded to the tune of £7m over the next three to four years, will attempt to refine a process known as pyrolysis, which can be used to produce biofuels from existing organic waste material rather than controversial energy crops ...
But the light feedstocks produce less of a benzene-rich product called pyrolysis gas.