Words nearby hydrocarbon
OTHER WORDS FROM hydrocarbonhy·dro·car·bo·na·ceous, adjective
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The hydrocarbon bonanza in the United States gives Obama a significant opportunity.
That horizontal segment allows the well to have far greater exposure to the hydrocarbon reservoir.
In Denmark, the poster child for wind power, neither carbon dioxide emissions nor hydrocarbon consumption have been reduced.
It is therefore isomeric with the hydrocarbon of caoutchouc and with that of oil of turpentine.
An example of a hydrocarbon or compound of carbon and hydrogen, is marsh gas (methane) or firedamp, CH4.The Chemistry of Hat Manufacturing|Watson Smith
Consider now the combustion of a hydrocarbon of the general formula CnH2m.
What happens chemically when a hydrocarbon is burned in a Bunsen burner?
This increases the range of hydrocarbon fuels the engine can utilize.The First Airplane Diesel Engine: Packard Model DR-980 of 1928|Robert B. Meyer