decarbonize

VERB
  1. remove carbon from (an engine)
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How To Use decarbonize In A Sentence

  • The body of the bowl is fashioned of decarbonized iron, inlaid with silver and gold and displayed on a calamander wood base.
  • This machine can decarbonize any petrol engine.
  • A carbon price of 20-30 Euros per ton of CO2 -- on a par with the expected 2050 oil price -- would make such a decarbonized power system no more expensive than a carbonized system -- but much cleaner and more employment friendly. Gordon Brown: Climate Change Action Is Economic Common Sense
  • In the original cooling or through subsequent heat treatment, a matrix can be internally decarbonized or carburized by depositing graphite on existing sites or by dissolving carbon from them.
  • Calif. project spurs debate over a 'decarbonized' energy system Offshore Drilling and Gulf Oil Spill
  • Decarbonize the cylinder head with a good top engine cleaner to get rid of the deposits.
  • In the pulmonary circulation, the blood is aerated, decarbonized, and otherwise depurated; whilst in the systemic circulation, it is carbonized and otherwise deteriorated. Surgical Anatomy
  • In the original cooling or through subsequent heat treatment, a matrix can be internally decarbonized or carburized by depositing graphite on existing sites or by dissolving carbon from them.
  • A carbon price of 20-30 Euros per ton of CO2 -- on a par with the expected 2050 oil price -- would make such a decarbonized power system no more expensive than a carbonized system -- but much cleaner and more employment friendly. Gordon Brown: Climate Change Action Is Economic Common Sense
  • This trend is anything but "decarbonized," and it shows no sign of leveling out. Todd Palmer and Rob Pringle: New York Times' Tierney Wrong on "Saving the Planet"
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