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  Catalytic reduction of substituted or unsubstituted nitroaromatic compound to corresponding aminoaromatic compounds - ...
The hydrogen pressure is increased to 40 bars (4 megapascal) and the temperature raised to 95.degree.
The hydrogen pressure is increased to 40 bars (4 megapascal) and the temperature raised to 96.degree.
The hydrogen pressure is increased to 40 bars (4 megapascal) and the temperature raised to 96.C. These conditions ar maintained for 20 minutes with agitation.
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 Pressure Converter
megapascal [MPa] to centimeter mercury (0 degrees C) units calculator
megapascal [MPa] to millimeter mercury (0 degrees C) [mmHg] units calculator
megapascal [MPa] to millimeter water (4 degrees C) [mmAq] units calculator
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 Green Car Congress: New Toyota Hydrogen Tanks Offer More Capacity, Longer Life
Toyota has developed two new high-pressure hydrogen storage tanks featuring greater capacity and longer operational life for its fuel cell vehicles.
The tanks offer 35 megapascal (350 bar or 5,000 psi) storage and 70 megapascal (700 bar or 10,000 psi) storage.
Toyota designed the new high-pressure tanks are with an all-composite structure wrapped by a carbon fiber exterior and with an anti-leak liner made of high-strength nylon resin with superior hydrogen permeation-prevention performance.
www.greencarcongress.com /2005/05/new_toyota_hydr.html   (568 words)

  
  MPa - MPa (megapascal) (Italian to English translation glossary) water pumps,Tech/Engineering
MPa - MPa (megapascal) (Italian to English translation glossary) water pumps,Tech/Engineering
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megaPascal Mpa, equivalente a circa 100 m di colonna d'acqua, oa 10 bar
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