HCO may stand for:

  • Harvard College Observatory, an astronomical research organization
  • Hanwell Community Observatory, a public outreach astronomy organisation
  • Hearing-Carry-Over, a type of Telecommunications Relay Service
  • Hubbard Communications Office, an organization in the Church of Scientology, formerly located at Saint Hill Manor, best known for issuing policy letters (e.g., Fair Game)
  • Bicarbonate Hydrogen carbonate AKA: Bicarbonate
  • Hollister Co., sometimes abbreviated to HCO.
  • Handball Club Odense, the Danish handball club

Other articles related to "hco":

H2co3 - Acidity of Carbonic Acid - PH and Composition of Carbonic Acid Solutions
... At a given temperature, the composition of a pure carbonic acid solution (or of a pure CO2 solution) is completely determined by the partial pressure of carbon dioxide above the solution ... To calculate this composition, account must be taken of the above equilibria between the three different carbonate forms (H2CO3, HCO3− and CO32−) as well as of the hydration equilibrium between dissolved CO2 and H2CO3 with constant (see above) and of the following equilibrium between the dissolved CO2 and the gaseous CO2 above the solution CO2(gas) CO2(dissolved) with where kH=29.76 atm/(mol/L) at 25 °C (Henry constant) The corresponding equilibrium equations together with the relation and the charge neutrality condition result in six equations for the six unknowns, and, showing that the composition of the solution is fully determined by ...
Transition Metal Hydride - Classes of Metal Hydrides - Coordination Complexes
... Examples of an industrially useful hydrides are HCo(CO)4 and HRh(CO)2(PPh3)3, which are catalysts for hydroformylation ... They described H2Fe(CO)4 and HCo(CO)4, After a hiatus of several years, and following the release of German war documents on the postulated role of HCo(C ...
Ambic - Reactions
... Ammonium bicarbonate decomposes above about 36 °C into ammonia, carbon dioxide, and water in an endothermic process and so causes a drop in the temperature of the water NH4HCO3 → NH3 + H2O + CO2 ... When treated with acids, carbon dioxide is also produced NH4HCO3 + HCl → NH4Cl + CO2 + H2O ...
Ethynyl Radical - Formation and Destruction - Destruction
... with O2 (producing carbon monoxide and formyl, HCO), or with atomic nitrogen (producing atomic hydrogen and C2N) ... reactions can also play a role in the destruction of ethynyl, through reactions with HCO+ and H3+ ... C2H + O2 → HCO + CO C2H + N → C2N + H C2H + HCO+ → C2H2+ + CO C2H + N → C2H2+ + H2 ...