(CV) are calculated as the ratio of the amount of chemical emitted to the Maximum Emission Concentration threshold limits For example, an emission of 200 mg NH4N with an MEC threshold value 10 mg/L results in a critical volume
of 20 L (CV = 200 mg/10 mg/L).
He's a Faulkner scholar, with a dozen important critical volumes
to his credit.
Shockley also edited several critical volumes
, including Afro-American Women Writers, 1746-1933: An Anthology and Critical Guide (G K Hall, 1988), a book that was considered a definitive reference work at the time of its publication.
The automotive industry is a huge and growing market for plastic and composite materials, and gives SRP suppliers the best opportunity to gain critical volumes
of business at an early stage.
TNS' STE can facilitate critical volumes
of trade for NSE, which dominates the equities and derivatives market in India and is reliant on secure, fast and low latency connections.
o Out-of-state monopolistic control of Wisconsin's access to critical volumes
of imported electric power.
Overland SRM is now used in an ongoing basis for threshold monitoring and trend analysis of our critical volumes