♦ carbon

♦ carbon
♦ carbon /ˈkɑ:bən/
n.
1 [u] (chim.) carbonio
2 (chim., = carbon atom) atomo di carbonio
3 [u] (elettr.) carbone
4 (foglio di) carta carbone
5 = carbon copy ► sotto
● (elettr.) carbon arc, arco a carbone □ carbon black, nerofumo □ (elettr., autom.) carbon brush, spazzola di carbone □ (ecol.) carbon capture and storage, cattura e stoccaggio del carbonio □ carbon copy, copia carbone; (fig.) copia identica; replica perfetta □ (ecol., econ.) carbon credits, crediti di emissione □ (biol., astron.) carbon cycle, ciclo del carbonio □ carbon dating, datazione al carbonio (14) □ (chim.) carbon dioxide, anidride carbonica; biossido di carbonio □ (ecol.) carbon emissions, emissioni di CO2carbon fibre, fibra di carbonio □ (ecol.) carbon footprint, impatto delle attività umane sull'ambiente (in termini di emissioni di CO2) □ (fis. nucl.) carbon-14, carbonio 14; radiocarbonio □ (chim.) carbon monoxide, monossido di carbonio □ (ecol.) carbon neutral, che non immette anidride carbonica nell'atmosfera; a basso consumo di energia fossile □ (ecol.) carbon offset, compensazione delle emissioni di CO2carbon paper, carta carbone □ (fotogr.) carbon process, processo al carbone □ (ecol.) carbon sink, pozzo di (assorbimento del) carbonio □ (metall.) carbon steel, acciaio al carbonio □ (fisc.) carbon tax, imposta sulle emissioni di fumi da combustibili fossili; ecotassa.

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