The hydrocarbon bonanza in the United States gives Obama a significant opportunity.
That horizontal segment allows the well to have far greater exposure to the hydrocarbon reservoir.
In Denmark, the poster child for wind power, neither carbon dioxide emissions nor hydrocarbon consumption have been reduced.
The carbon filament is placed in a vessel surrounded by an atmosphere of hydrocarbon, such as coal gas or vapour of benzol.
And there's a thin sprinkling of hydrocarbon molecules out there too.
The features of structure in a hydrocarbon flame depend of course on the manner in which the air is supplied.
These three bands reveal the existence of hydrocarbon in comets.
In this country the hydrocarbon is known at the present time as benzene.
In this reaction the iodine of the iodide of ethyl combines with the zinc, and the hydrocarbon supposed to be ethyl is set free.
It could run on any type of hydrocarbon from gasoline to melted butter.
hydrocarbon hy·dro·car·bon (hī'drə-kär'bən)
An organic compound, such as benzene and methane, that contains only carbon and hydrogen.