thermochemically love



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  • adv. By thermochemical means.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • By means of thermochemistry or of its principles.


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thermochemical +‎ -ly


  • In other words, a new method for thermochemically creating automotive fuel directly from sunlight might come in handy.

    Christopher Mims: In an Energy-Scarce World, Is Energy Efficiency Finally King?

  • Nuclear power is relevant to road transport and motor vehicles in three respects: (1) hybrid vehicles potentially use off-peak power from the grid for recharging; (2) Nuclear heat can be used for production of liquid hydrocarbon fuels from coal; and (3) hydrogen for oil refining and for fuel cell vehicles may be made electrolytically, and, in the future, thermochemically using high-temperature nuclear reactors.

    Hydrogen production from nuclear power

  • A 2004 evaluation by the Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) has indicated that by 2010 it expects to confirm the safety of high-temperature reactors and establish operational technology for an IS plant to make hydrogen thermochemically.

    Hydrogen production from nuclear power

  • DOE award $299,716. will develop new, thermochemically-stable sealing systems based on glasses and glass-ceramics that are compatible with other SOFC components.

    U.S. Department of Energy - Press Releases

  • "The most promising class of processes we analysed combined the biological fermentation of carbohydrates to fuels with advanced technologies that thermochemically convert process residues to electrical power and, or, additional liquid fuels.



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