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[Gr.,=sphere of air], the mixture of gases surrounding a celestial body with sufficient gravity to maintain it. Although some details about the atmospheres of other planets and satellites are known, only the earth's atmosphere has been well studied, the science of
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chemosphere

[′kē·mō‚sfir]
(meteorology)
The vaguely defined region of the upper atmosphere in which photochemical reactions take place; generally considered to include the stratosphere (or the top thereof) and the mesosphere, and sometimes the lower part of the thermosphere.
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Shahid, Mutagenicity and Cytotoxicity Evaluation of Photo-Catalytically Treated Petroleum Refinery Wastewater Using an Array of Bioassays, Chemosphere.
Parrella, "Toxicity identification evaluation of leachates from municipal solid waste landfills: a multispecies approach," Chemosphere, vol.
Decontamination of soil containing POPs by the combined action of solid Fenton-like reagents and microwaves, Chemosphere 69: 1326-1329.
Almost as iconic as the Chemosphere, and one of several Lautner-designed homes on Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles, the Garcia residence was originally built for jazz composer Russ Garcia in 1962.
2008, "Particle-facilitated lead and arsenic transport in abandoned mine sites soil influenced by simulated acid rain," Chemosphere, 71, pp.
The findings, posted online October 27 in Chemosphere, are "unequivocal in showing that yes, BPA can go through human skin," says Frederick vom Saal of the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Matthew Houlding: The Chemosphere - sculptures of imagined futuristic buildings.
The study has been published in the journal Chemosphere.
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They followed that with a spot-on restoration of John Lautner's 1960 Chemosphere House, the saucer of steel, wood and glass perched on a concrete column in North Hollywood and owned by publisher Benedikt Taschen.
We find in his compelling pages John Lautner's 1960 Los Angeles Chemosphere House; Matti Suuronen's round flying saucer-like 1968 Finnish Futuro House stunningly photographed at night with light pouring out of its portholes while the only visible object in the black sky above is a bright quarter-moon; Jean Maneval's twenty identical 1968 polyester Six-Shell Bubble Houses installed in an Alpine holiday village; Cesare Colombo's 1969 Habitation Capsule; Kisho Kurokawa's 1970 Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo; Antti Lovag's weirdly beautiful 1975 Bubble Palace (bought in 1989 by Pierre Cardin); a chill out room; and even "cushicle" body suits that "could be expanded to form an inflated shelter with room enough for two" (86).
In a study published by the journal Chemosphere, researchers concluded that farmed salmon contained higher levels of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), organochlorine pesticides and polybrominated diphenylethers than wild salmon.