Is cytochrome a hydrogen carrier?

Answer Cytochrome is a hydrogen carrier that transports hydrogen atoms during the process of cellular respiration. The cytochrome system, or the hydrogen carrier system, is used during the glycolysis and ... Read More »

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Can you drop your auto insurance carrier half-way through your six-month policy period if you found a different carrier with a better offer?

Answer In NJ you can - the old insurance company is supposed to pro-rate your fees and mail you a check for the difference. You have to notify them after you get the new coverage set up.

What is the pressure of a hydrogen storage supply tank for a hydrogen fuel cell?

Current fuel cells typically store hydrogen gas at 5,000 pounds per square inch (psi) of pressure. State-of-the-art tanks with a 10,000 psi capacity are in development. Cryogenic storage of liquid... Read More »

What is a carrier oil?

A carrier oil, also known as a base oil, is a vegetable oil derived from the fatty portion of a plant, usually from the seeds, kernels or nuts.UsesA carrier oil is used to dilute essential oils bef... Read More »

Do STG's go on a carrier?

No - the only U.S. Navy Carrier to have its own sonar system was the USS America (CV-66), a post-WWII Kitty Hawk-class Carrier. For ASW operations, all current Carriers rely on their Surface escort... Read More »