exhalation


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exhalation

[‚eks·ə′lā·shən]
(geophysics)
The process by which radioactive gases escape from the surface layers of soil or loose rock, where they are formed by decay of radioactive salts.
(physiology)
The giving off or sending forth in the form of vapor; expiration.
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This exhalation will sound like an ocean wave or gentle rush of air.
Both manikins can either have exhalation through the mouth or through the nose, see Nielsen et al.
Transportation of radon in the earth crust is because of geochemical and geophysical parameters while exhalation is controlled by hydro meteorological conditions [1].
During exhalation, the client imagines making the letter "C" with the spine, pulling the pubic bone toward the belly button.
Both manikins use exhalation through the mouth, because this is considered to be the worst-case scenario (see Nielsen et al.
In addition, the exhalation acts as a trigger for you to begin your swing and as a visualisation that you are 'blowing away' all of the tension from your body.
The alveoli are surrounded by small capillaries, and where the two meet, oxygen from inhaled air moves from the alveoli into the bloodstream and carbon dioxide from the blood crosses into the alveoli and back through the network to be eliminated through exhalation.
Topics discussed include syntactic foams as building materials, weathering and masonry, microbes' effect on building materials, radon exhalation rates, agricultural waste building products and building with recycled aggregate structural concrete.
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure is periodically released to facilitate exhalation.
Patients' exhalation rates and lung volume were measured throughout the study, and also were monitored for adverse events, such as cough, congestion, fever or sinusitis.
They heat and moisturize inhaled air, using specially treated foam inside the HME cassette, which traps heat and moisture during exhalation.