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gaseous

of, concerned with, or having the characteristics of a gas
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35 enterprises were inspected in Bishkek in 2016, the emissions of harmful substances amounted to 24,613 tons, of which 10,591 tons of solids and 14,022 tons of gaseous substances.
Electronic auction: technical re-equipment of the chlorine warehouse of the wwer spv "prud-izhevsk" (installation of a pressure pipeline of gaseous chlorine x1, a vacuum pipeline of chlorine gas x2, a pipeline for tapping the gas from the purge of x3).
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Innovative Applications and Developments of Micro-Pattern Gaseous Detectors
Work on the final phase of Keighley Laboratories' ambitious new heat treatment facility is nearing completion, with its state-of-the art nitriding furnace newly commissioned and undergoing production trials and its sealed quench gaseous nitrocarburising unit currently being installed.
develops Low Pressure Direct Injection systems for gaseous fuels.
Among the topics are basic processes in gaseous detectors, the multi-wire proportional chamber era, new ideas on gaseous detectors during the early years of the era 1968-77, micro-pattern gaseous detectors, and applications ranging from hadron colliders and astrophysics to X-ray scanners and fire detectors.
Linde Gases has been awarded ISO 17025 accreditation for its speciality gases mixtures used for environmental testing of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), the first time any industrial gases company has achieved validation for VOC mixtures in a gaseous state.
Then, they studied its interactions with NO2 gaseous molecules, and compared the obtained results with the results obtained from pure graphene samples.
Dissertation title: investigations of composted sewage sludge and ways to reduce gaseous emissions.
5], arid gaseous pollutants (nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and ozone).