Fccprocesses vs Hydrocracking - What's the difference?

fccprocesses | hydrocracking |


As a noun hydrocracking is

(organic chemistry) the production of high-octane petroleum fuel and kerosene by hydrogenating large or complex hydrocarbons and then cracking them.

As a verb hydrocracking is

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fccprocesses

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Fccprocesses has no English definition. It may be misspelled.

English words similar to 'fccprocesses':

fissiparous

hydrocracking

English

Noun

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  • (organic chemistry) the production of high-octane petroleum fuel and kerosene by hydrogenating large or complex hydrocarbons and then cracking them.
  • Verb

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