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  • ...gas or any other gas mixture containing significant amounts of [[acidic]] gases. ...tan]]s (RSH). Thus, carbon dioxide by itself is an acid gas but not a sour gas.
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  • *{{cite book|author=Arthur Kohl and Richard Nielson|title=Gas Purification|edition=5th Edition|publisher=Gulf Professional Publishing|yea
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  • ...duct gas or any other gas mixture containing significant amounts of acidic gases.
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  • #Redirect [[Amine gas treating]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Amine gas treating]]
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  • {{r|Amine gas treating}} {{r|Natural gas processing}}
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  • ...gas or any other gas mixture containing significant amounts of [[acidic]] gases. ...tan]]s (RSH). Thus, carbon dioxide by itself is an acid gas but not a sour gas.
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  • {{Dambigbox|Acid dew point|Dew point}} ...Dewpoint Corrosion: Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking in Combustion Gas Condensates|journal=Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials|volume=51|issue=3|
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  • ...ralgas/processing_ng.asp NaturalGas.org website page] ''Processing Natural Gas''</ref>. ...ulfide. Thus, carbon dioxide by itself is an acid gas but it is not a sour gas.
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  • ...ting the combustion air with heat recovered from the hot combustion [[flue gas]]es (see the adjacent diagram). ...ir being heated, there is some small leakage (between the sectors) of flue gas into the air.
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  • ...Some anions, such as the cyanide anion, are poisonous. Anions can evolve gasses, act as reducing agents or as oxidizing agents, and these differences ar ...p></td> <td> Evolves [[carbon dioxide]] (CO<sub>2</sub>) gas when sulfuric acid is added </td>
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  • {{r|Acid gas}} {{r|Natural gas condensate}}
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  • |image=[[Image:Sulfuric acid DEVolk.jpg|center|thumb|200px]] |molname=sulfuric acid
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  • ...er industries. The process is also known as ''[[acid gas]] removal'' and ''gas sweetening''. Processes within petroleum refineries or natural gas processing plants that remove hydrogen sulfide and/or [[mercaptan]]s are co
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  • ...er industries. The process is also known as ''[[acid gas]] removal'' and ''gas sweetening''. Processes within petroleum refineries or natural gas processing plants that remove hydrogen sulfide and/or [[mercaptan]]s are co
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  • {{r|Acid gas}} {{r|Amine gas treating}}
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  • ...[[dry ice]]. Lately CO<sub>2</sub> has become notorious as a [[greenhouse gas]].
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  • ...duct gas or any other gas mixture containing significant amounts of acidic gases.
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  • {{r|Acid gas}} {{r|Amine gas treating}}
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  • {{Image|NaturalGasProcessingPlant.jpg|right|265px|A typical large natural gas processing plant.}} ...is almost pure [[methane]] and is very much different from the raw natural gas.
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  • {{r|Acid gas}} {{r|Amine gas treating}}
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  • ...for this article was [http://www.eoearth.org/article/Acid_rain?topic=49506 Acid Rain] August 7, 2010 (last revised October 19, 2010), Gene Likens (Lead au ...ution emissions|emissions]], such as scrubbers upstream of the tall [[flue gas stack]]s on power plants and other industrial facilities, [[catalytic conve
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  • [http://en.citizendium.org/wiki?title=Acid_rain/Citable_Version&oldid=100857630 Version 2, 03 August 2018, updated ref [http://en.citizendium.org/wiki?title=Acid_rain/Citable_Version&oldid=100822726 Version 1, 15 August 2013]
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  • {{r|Acid gas}} {{r|Amine gas treating}}
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  • ...ard E. Thompson|title=Oilfield Processing of Petroleum (Volume One:Natural Gas)|edition=|publisher=Pennwell Books|year=1991|id=ISBN 0-87814-343-2}}</ref> ...times '''natural gasoline''' because it contains hydrocarbons within the [[gasoline]] boiling range.
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  • {{r|Natural gas processing}} {{r|Acid dew point}}
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  • ...will start to [[Condensation (phase transition)|condense]] into [[liquid]] acid.
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  • {{r|Acid gas}} {{r|Amine gas treating}}
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  • ...generation of [[carbon dioxide]] when subjected to heat or acid; generate gas leavens a baked product
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  • {{r|Acid dew point}} {{r|Flue gas desulfurization}}
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  • {{r|Acid gas}} {{r|Natural gas}}
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  • ...lant.jpg/credit|{{Four Corners Power Plant.jpg/credit}}<br/>|}}Before flue gas desulfurization was installed, the emissions from this power plant in [[New {{Image|Flue Gas Desulfurization.jpg|right|300px|Large flue gas desulfurization unit}}
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  • ...in a packed stripper would have to be completely removed to be cleaned or acid washed in place. ==Other stripping gases==
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  • ...[Humidity|humid]] [[weather]], [[cloud]]s, [[rain]], and [[snow]]. Pure [[gas]]eous water above its [[boiling point]] is called ''[[steam]]''. ...regate, what we commonly refer to as the liquid, water, as ice, and as the gas, water vapor or [[steam]] &mdash; discussed in the next section.
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  • ...name=Kerry>{{cite book|author=Frank G. Kerry|title=Industrial Gas Handbook:Gas Separation and Purification|edition=|publisher=CRC Press|year=2007|id=ISBN ...[[entropy (thermodynamics)|entropy]] process) and the low pressure exhaust gas from the turbine is at a very low [[temperature]], sometimes as low as −9
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  • {{Image|World Gas Production.png|right|306px|Figure 1: Worldwide natural gas production data for 2007.}} ...sub>4</sub>). It is found as raw natural gas in underground reservoirs, as gas associated with underground reservoirs of [[petroleum crude oil]], as under
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  • {{Image|World Gas Production.png|right|306px|Figure 1: Worldwide natural gas production data for 2007.}} ...sub>4</sub>). It is found as raw natural gas in underground reservoirs, as gas associated with underground reservoirs of [[petroleum crude oil]], as under
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  • ...d lactose then is fermented by intestinal bacteria, which produce acid and gas. These byproducts may cause anything from mild discomfort to severe [[diarr
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  • |properties=colorless, odorless. tasteless, flammable gas |compounds=Hydrides, acids & bases, water, etc.
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  • ===Chemistry of gases=== ...ere an important first step in the experimental study of the chemistry of gases (or "airs" as they were then called by many, although Lavoisier himself p
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  • ...ountered use of absorption is for the separation and/or purification of a gas mixture by the absorption of part of the mixture in a [[solvent]]. ...liquid solvent depends on the following parameters: [[solubility]] of the gases and the [[pressure]] and [[temperature]] conditions.
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  • {{r|Acid gas}} {{r|Natural gas}}
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  • {{r|Acid rain}} {{r|Flue gas desulfurization}}
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  • ...nsport and storage. More simply put, it is the liquid form of the natural gas that people use in their homes for cooking and for heating, ...r-boiling hydrocarbons and the impurities. The resultant liquefied natural gas contains about 95% or more methane and it is a
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  • {{r|Acid gas}} {{r|Amine gas treating}}
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  • {{r|Acid dew point}} Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Sulfuric acid]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...structure and rigidity and induces the release of [[cytokines]]. Teichoic acid is an antigenic component that aids adhesion of the cocci to the host cell ...s [[lactic acid]]. ''S. aureus'' ferments sugars by producing acid but no gas.
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  • ''Those that contain cream of tartar and tartaric acid (C4H606) create gas rapidly when mixed with baking soda and a liquid. These batters must be coo Double Acting: A quick acting acid provides an initial rise during the mixing process followed by a second ris
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  • ...f name=Kohl>{{cite book|author=Arthur L. Kohl and Fred C. Riesenfeld|title=Gas Purification|edition=4th Edition|publisher=Gulf Publishing Co.|year=1984| i ...ethylene glycol (TEG) is the one most commonly used in dehydrating natural gas.
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  • ...would be the chemical conversion of carbohydrates into alcohols, acids or gas. ...ad]], but fermentation is also employed in preservation to create [[lactic acid]] in sour [[food]]s such as [[pickle]]s, [[kimchi]] and [[yoghurt|yogurt]].
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  • |properties=Odorless, tasteless, colorless gas. Very reactive |uses=Steel manufacturing, syngas, respiration
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  • ...e:&nbsp;&nbsp;Periodic Law, studying physics of gases at low pressure (the gas state equation), the concept of solution as a composition of molecular asso ...871. After that he devoted himself for several years to experiments on the gas laws and a vain search for the ether, leaving it to others to find the elem
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  • ...y-Lussac]] developed a tower that recovered most of the [[nitrogen oxide]] gases formed and reduced the consumption of nitrate. The first Gay-Lussac tower ...hemist, Ernest Solvay, successfully applied Fresnel's process using a tall gas absorption tower in which carbon dioxide bubbled up through a descending fl
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  • ...y-Lussac]] developed a tower that recovered most of the [[nitrogen oxide]] gases formed and reduced the consumption of nitrate. The first Gay-Lussac tower ...hemist, Ernest Solvay, successfully applied Fresnel's process using a tall gas absorption tower in which carbon dioxide bubbled up through a descending fl
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  • ....jpg|right|150px|Automobiles for personal use are the largest consumers of gasoline.}} ...axm_is=0&as_maxy_is=&as_brr=0&as_pt=ALLTYPES|id=ISBN 0-07-149023-X}}</ref> Gasoline is used primarily as fuel for the internal combustion engines in autom
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  • ....jpg|right|150px|Automobiles for personal use are the largest consumers of gasoline.}} ...axm_is=0&as_maxy_is=&as_brr=0&as_pt=ALLTYPES|id=ISBN 0-07-149023-X}}</ref> Gasoline is used primarily as fuel for the internal combustion engines in autom
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  • ...for the [[phytase]] enzyme from the yeast and/or grain to break the phytic acid bonding with mineral constituents in the grain. Traditional bread making pr Leavening is the process of adding gas to a dough before or during baking to produce a lighter, more easily chewed
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  • ...essential molecules, such as [[amino acids]], [[proteins]], and [[nucleic acids]] like [[DNA]] and [[RNA]], and a necessary element for [[Photosynthesis|p ...n-compounds, e.g., proteins and nucleic acids.* Air, which is 79% nitrogen gas (N<sub>2</sub>), is the major reservoir of nitrogen.* But most organisms ca
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  • ...ethod is by passing [[ammonia]] gas into 40 percent to 60 percent [[nitric acid]], both produced catalytically, in high purity, from atmospheric [[nitrogen
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  • ...the war when barrages were heaviest about a third of the shells contained gas, and two-thirds high explosives or shrapnel. More subtle types of defenses ...spent six months in a military hospital then returned to the front. Badly gassed in a British attack in October, 1918, he recuperated in another hospital
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  • ...levision|video display equipment]] and as an [[Tetraethyl Lead|additive in gasoline]] also increased usage. ...service. It is used in containers for corrosive liquids (such as sulfuric acid) and may be toughened by the addition of a small percentage of antimony or
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  • ...e to survive contaminated environments as well as the acidity of the human gastro-intestinal tract. Shigella dysenteriae are important because the can pos ...ents glucose via mixed acid fermentation; however, it does not produce any gas. It does not produce H<sub>2</sub>S, phenylalaninedeaminase or urease and d
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  • '''Sulfur dioxide''' (also spelled '''sulphur dioxide''') is a [[gas]] (SO<sub>2</sub>) whose [[molecule|molecular]] structure consists of one [ It is widely used for the manufacture of sulfuric acid, sulfurous acid and sulfite salts. It is also used as a fruit preservative and it destroys
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  • {{r|Acid}} {{r|Flue gas}}
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  • ...ices that are allowed to ferment. Kimchi is known to have a lot of Lactic Acid Bacteria found in it, so from the start of the fermentation there are other | Lactic acid isomer
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  • ...on and flow diagram of an HDS unit, from an article published in the Oil & Gas Journal) ...0030ms20040577.pdf ''Hydrogenation for Low Trans and High Conjugated Fatty Acids''] by E.S. Jang, M.Y. Jung, D.B. Min, Comprehensive Reviews in Food Scienc
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  • {{r|Acid dew point}} {{r|Gas}}
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  • {{r|Acid dew point}} {{r|Flue gas}}
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  • ...rifying bacteria, Sulfur-oxidising bacteria, Iron-oxidising bacteria, Knallgas-bacteria ...p., Wolinella (with H<sub>2</sub> as reducing equivalent donor), some Knallgas-bacteria
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  • ...Power Company (TEPCO), in Yokohama , Japan, fueled with liquified natural gas (LNG)}} ...uch as [[coal]], [[Petroleum crude oil|petroleum]] [[fuel oil]], [[natural gas]], [[municipal waste]] or [[biomass]], a [[nuclear fission]] reactor and ot
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  • ...Power Company (TEPCO), in Yokohama , Japan, fueled with liquified natural gas (LNG)}} ...uch as [[coal]], [[Petroleum crude oil|petroleum]] [[fuel oil]], [[natural gas]], [[municipal waste]] or [[biomass]], a [[nuclear fission]] reactor and ot
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  • ...king it actively motile. It inhabits the soil, polluted water, raw meat, [[gastrointestinal]] tracts of animals, and dust. In humans, ''Proteus'' species ...liquefies [[gelatin]], [[casein]], and blood [[serum]], curdling milk with acid production. It is not limited to any specific temperature range, but good
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  • {{r|Acid dew point}} {{r|Flue gas}}
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  • |uses=Reducing agents, Lewis acid catalysis, nuclear industry, semi-conductor dopant ...ring and welding. Some boron compounds are [[Lewis acid-base theory|Lewis acids]] and elemental boron forms three-center two-electron bonds. Borohydrides
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  • ...r mixtures of no fixed composition (e.g., [[Petroleum naphtha|naphtha]], [[gasoline]]). Compounds and enzymes that are overwhelmingly of interest to [[bio * [[Abietic acid]]
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  • ...s]] that reacts with water to produce carbon dioxide and hydrogen chloride gas, which is corrosive. Exposure can lead to [[pulmonary edema]] and [[chemic ...e presence of moisture to form [[carbon dioxide]] (CO2) and [[hydrochloric acid]] (HCl). The oxygen atom of water molecules act as [[nucleophile|nucleophi
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  • '''Henry's law''' is one of the [[gas laws]], formulated by the British chemist, William Henry, in 1803. It stat ...of [[liquid]] is directly proportional to the [[partial pressure]] of that gas in equilibrium with that liquid.''
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  • '''Henry's law''' is one of the [[gas laws]], formulated by the British chemist, William Henry, in 1803. It stat ...of [[liquid]] is directly proportional to the [[partial pressure]] of that gas in equilibrium with that liquid.''
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  • ...using DCM are that it is a [[carcinogen]]ic, and an [[ozone]]-depleting [[gas]]. ...mmercial decaffeination it is produced from ethyl [[alcohol]] and [[acetic acid]]. The resulting product ''can'' be carcinogenic.
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  • ...fining processes|petroleum refining]] and [[Natural gas processing|natural gas processing plants]] by the [[Claus process]].<ref>[http://minerals.usgs.gov Sulfur is widely used in the manufacture of [[sulfuric acid]] (H<sub>2</sub>SO<sub>4</sub>} and various fertilizers.
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  • {{r|Acid rain}} {{r|Greenhouse gas}}
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  • ...gh halogen [[electron affinity]]. Care should be taken when handling these acids, particularly at high concentrations. ...trumental in the formation of the first compounds of the [[noble gas|noble gases]] (eg. XeF<sub>4</sub>). They can also react with each other to form the
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  • {{r|Gas}} {{r|Sulfuric acid}}
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  • ...ortant tool for a variety of uses, including [[forensic]]s, water, oil, or gas [[well drilling|drilling]], or even the identification of [[flower|floral]] ...ry deposits''' using routine pollen-extraction procedures including strong acids, bases, acetolysis, and density separation techniques that would destroy o
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  • {{r|Acid rain}} {{r|Amino acid}}
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  • ''Streptococcus pyogenes'' is also known as Group A streptococci (GAS). It is a Gram-positive, nonmotile, non-sporeforming coccus. ...reptococcus pyogenes fig2 aplha hemolysis.jpg|left|thumb|Beta hemolysis of GAS]]
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  • '''Mustard gas''' refers to a family of potentially lethal but primarily casualty-producin ...WWII, the U.S. developed a family of much more toxic ''nitrogen mustard''s gasses, called the "HN" series. After their declassification at the end of the
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  • ...mitochondrion]] (in green) contains the enzymes that catalyze the [[citric acid cycle]] and [[&beta;-oxidation|beta-oxidation]], as well as the [[electron ...on donor through a process called [[photolysis]], that releases [[oxygen]] gas as a waste product.
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  • ...mitochondrion]] (in green) contains the enzymes that catalyze the [[citric acid cycle]] and [[&beta;-oxidation|beta-oxidation]], as well as the [[electron ...on donor through a process called [[photolysis]], that releases [[oxygen]] gas as a waste product.
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  • ...have a distinct appearance are 'heterocysts', specialized to fix nitrogen gas. [http://biology.plosjournals.org/perlserv/?request=get-document&doi=10.137 ...|metabolically]] active unit containing [[protein|proteins]] and [[nucleic acid]]s enclosed by a selectively permeable membrane. The cell is an essential s
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  • ...erred to as simply '''''emissions''''') is the term used to describe any [[gas]]es, [[liquid]] droplets and [[solid]] [[particulates]] which are emitted o ...emissions. For example: the emissions from a [[combustion]] furnace [[flue gas stack]].
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  • ...It also combines with any dissolved [[carbon dioxide]] to form [[carbonic acid]] that causes further corrosion. Most deaerators are designed to remove oxy ...ncludes a valve and just enough steam is allowed to escape with the vented gases to provide a small and visible telltale plume of steam.
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  • ...rganometallic]] complexes, and [[enzyme]]s. Although a catalyst may be a [[gas]], [[liquid]] or [[solid]], most catalysts used in industrial chemical reac ...miliar [[Chemistry#states of matter|states of matter]]: solid, liquids and gases. For example, if a liquid catalyst and a liquid reaction system were mutu
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  • ...ated by the pain. The sick neonate, in pain, is at risk of aspirating this acid into the lungs, further endangering lung integrity and tissue oxygenation.
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  • ...]</ref><ref>{{cite book|author=Beychok, M.R.|title=[[Fundamentals of Stack Gas Dispersion]] |edition=4th Edition|publisher=author-published|year=2005|id=I ...voted to the removal, capture and disposal of [[carbon dioxide]] from flue gases.
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  • ...hate-bearing rock are mined for the production of wet-process [[phosphoric acid]] used in high analysis [[fertilizer]]s and other phosphate chemicals, at s ...use. A solid at room temperature, uranium hexafluoride can be changed to a gaseous form at moderately higher temperature of 134 °F (57 °C). The uranium
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  • ...into useful products such as [[liquefied petroleum gas]] (LPG), [[gasoline|gasoline or petrol]], [[kerosene]], [[jet fuel]], [[diesel oil]] and [[fuel oil ...internal combustion engine and its use in automobiles created a market for gasoline that was the impetus for fairly rapid growth of the petroleum industry
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  • ...into useful products such as [[liquefied petroleum gas]] (LPG), [[gasoline|gasoline or petrol]], [[kerosene]], [[jet fuel]], [[diesel oil]] and [[fuel oil ...internal combustion engine and its use in automobiles created a market for gasoline that was the impetus for fairly rapid growth of the petroleum industry
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  • '''Air''' is a colorless, odorless and tasteless mixture of [[gas]]es consisting mostly of [[nitrogen]] (N<sub>2</sub>) and [[oxygen]] (O<sub ...hok, Milton R.| title=[http://www.air-dispersion.com Fundamentals of Stack Gas Dispersion] | edition=4th Edition | publisher=Self-published | year=2005 |
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  • ..."> Static permittivities of some dielectrics at [[Reference conditions of gas temperature and pressure|SATP]].</font> <tr><td> [[Hydrofluoric acid]] <td> 83.6 (0 °C)
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  • ...; [[density]]; [[viscosity]]; [[Colligative properties|osmotic pressure]]; acidity; ionic strength) and different architectures. This heterogeneity provid ...(sequences of amino acids), [[lipid]]s, [[Nucleic acid metabolism|nucleic acids]] (sequences of nucleotides), [[Macromolecular chemistry|polysaccharide]]
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  • ...ry)|density]]; [[viscosity]]; [[Colligative properties|osmotic pressure]]; acidity; ionic strength; redox state) and different orderly arrangements of part ...(sequences of amino acids), [[lipid]]s, [[Nucleic acid metabolism|nucleic acids]] (sequences of nucleotides), [[Macromolecular chemistry|polysaccharide]]
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  • ...veloped foreign bodies in the respiratory tract with intractable metabolic acidosis that resulted in death. ...releases oxalic acid (C2O4H2) which is a side product of the tricarboxylic acid cycle and is released as a mycotoxin. Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabo
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  • {{r|Ascorbic acid}} {{r|Gas}}
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  • ...hemical]] products made from the [[hydrocarbon]]s present in raw [[natural gas]] and [[Petroleum|petroleum crude oil]]. The largest petrochemical manufact ...and [[butane]]s: Obtained primarily from [[Natural gas processing|natural gas processing plants]].
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  • ...rically charged end products. Reactions can occur in various environments: gases, liquids, solids, or combinations of same: for example, at interfaces. *[[Mixing]] of [[acid]]s and [[alkali]]s (releases heat)
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