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Implications for Energy Innovation from the Chemical Industry

Chemical Mapping by Energy-Filtering Transmission Electron Microscopy

Effective temperatures of magnetic chemically peculiar stars from full spectral energy distributions

Predicting Metabolizable Energy of Normal Corn from its Chemical Composition in Adult Pekin Ducks

Effect of energy restriction on tissue size regulation during chemically induced mammary carcinogenesis

International Federation for Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers: labour internationalism as vertical networking?

Size-scaling of macromolecules and chemical energy content in the eukaryotic microalgae

Radiation thermo-chemical models of protoplanetary discs – III. Impact of inner rims on spectral energy distributions

Chemical composition, amino acid digestibility, and true metabolizable energy of cowpeas as affected by roasting and extrusion processing treatments using the cecectomized rooster assay

Prediction of true metabolizable energy from chemical composition of wheat milling by-products for ducks1

Chemical shift mapping of Si L and K edges using spatially resolved EELS and energy–filtering TEM

Risk Assessment of High-Energy Chemicals by in Vitro Toxicity Screening and Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships

MAITLAND, Geoffrey Colin (born 1947), Professor of Energy Engineering, Imperial College London, since 2005; President, Institution of Chemical Engineers, 2014–15 (Deputy President, 2013–14)

Mixed Inhibition of Adenosine Deaminase Activity by 1,3-Dinitrobenzene: A Model for Understanding Cell-Selective Neurotoxicity in Chemically-Induced Energy Deprivation Syndromes in Brain

TUGENDHAT, Georg (1898 - 1973), a founder of the Manchester Oil Refinery Group of Companies, Petrocarbon Ltd and Petrochemicals Ltd; lately one of their Managing Directors; Independent Consultant on energy, chemical and industrial problems

 

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Energy that is stored in chemical compounds and released as a result of chemical reactions.

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