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Yet the tremendous volcanic heat and gases spewed by Vesuvius carbonized the scrolls, turning them black and hard like lumps of coal.
If de-carbonizing energy production is the greatest challenge to humanity, nuclear, which generates roughly the same carbon output per energy unit as solar panels and windmills, will be a major part of the solution.
Can California, home to the world’s sixth-largest economy, essentially de-carbonize its entire electric grid in the space of 28 years?
As your bread is carbonizing, assess your fridge for toppings.
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medical Definition of carbonize
carbonizationor British carbonisation play \ˌkär-bə-nə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
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