How to Pronounce LCT?

Correct pronunciation for the word "LCT" is [ˌɛlsˌiːtˈiː], [ˌɛlsˌiːtˈiː], [ˌɛ_l_s_ˌiː_t_ˈiː].

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"LCT" in context

LCT (Liquified Carbon Trioxide) is an innovative new compound that has been developed to help reduce the production of greenhouse gases. It is a liquid form of carbon dioxide, which is typically a gas, that can be injected into the air. This technology has the potential to significantly reduce the amount of CO2 and other greenhouse gases such as methane and nitrous oxide that are released into the atmosphere. LCT has been shown to be highly effective at capturing CO2 and preventing it from entering our atmosphere and contributing to global warming.

Usage over time for LCT:

This graph shows how "LCT" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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