paper faced with a preparation of carbon or other material, used between two sheets of plain paper in order to reproduce on the lower sheet that which is written or typed on the upper.
Also called carbon tissue. a paper for making photographs by the carbon process.
a thin sheet of paper coated on one side with a dark waxy pigment, often containing carbon, that is transferred by the pressure of writing or of typewriter keys onto the copying surface below Often shortened to carbon
another name for carbon tissue
a method of making photographic prints by the use of a pigment, as carbon, contained in sensitized gelatin. noun a photographic process for producing positive prints by exposing sensitized carbon tissue to light passing through a negative. Washing removes the unexposed gelatine leaving the pigmented image in the exposed insoluble gelatine
removal or separation; banishment or exile. a withdrawal into seclusion; retirement. segregation from others; isolation: sequestration of jurors during a trial. Law. the sequestering of property. confiscation or seizure. Chemistry. the combining of metallic ions with a suitable reagent into a stable, soluble complex in order to prevent the ions from combining with a substance […]
- Carbon sink
noun areas of vegetation, especially forests, and the phytoplankton-rich seas that absorb the carbon dioxide produced by the burning of fossil fuels noun in ecology, a natural environment that absorbs and stores more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than it releases, which offsets greenhouse gas emission Examples Forests and the oceans are major carbon sinks […]
a relatively cool, red giant having a spectrum with strong bands of carbon compounds.