carbonic : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • a  relating to or consisting of or yielding carbon

  • At low temperatures under pressure, liquid carbonic forms what is known as dry ice.
  • Vegetable plankton use sunlight and carbonic acid dissolved in the sea to produce carbohydrates.
  • That meant rejecting the common thermovinification technique (which he says homogenizes wines) in favor of a cold carbonic maceration that preserves freshness without added sulfites.
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  • Not All Species Equally Affected By More Acidic Oceans
    Brett Smith for - Your Universe Online When atmospheric carbon dioxide dissolves into the ocean, it forms carbonic acid, which in turn lowers the water's pH levels and causes oceanic acidification . The phenomenon is expected to occur at increasing rates as carbon dioxide emissions around the world continue to rise. In a report published in Nature Climate Change , two researchers ...
    Aug. 26, 2013 - redOrbit

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