Contaminant


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Contaminant

An unwanted airborne constituent that may reduce acceptability of the air.
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Something as common as a central air-conditioner can become a breeding ground for mold, mildew, and other contaminants, the U.
Strength and tensile properties are harder to reach since many contaminants are debonders and lower strength
However, lasers need "line-of-sight" access to areas being cleaned, and the color and chemistry of contaminants can affect their ability to absorb energy.
Location of contaminant sources and identification of the contaminants themselves usually are difficult.
If contaminants or water appear in your sample, continue drawing samples of the fuel until they no longer show contamination.
In order to verify that the CFD model can also be used in an inpatient ward with displacement ventilation, this investigation first used the measured data of air velocity, air temperature, and contaminant concentration as simulated by a tracer gas (Yin et al.
One area that is a constant issue for the diagnostic pathologist is the possibility of tissue floaters and contaminants that are transferred to the glass slides during tissue processing.
2002) used a modified multizone model to study the optimum placement of chemical/biological contaminant sensors in a building with nine offices and a hallway.
Global assessment of organic contaminants in farmed salmon.
The tramp iron falls from the unit's cleated belt as it moves the contaminants out of the magnetic field and into the collection area.
To maintain high permeability, mills should be assiduous about keeping the fabric free of contaminants.