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gaseous

of, concerned with, or having the characteristics of a gas
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967 339,9 tons of gas and gaseous hydrogen carbonate amounted to $168 429,5 thousand were exported to Georgia in the previous year.
Tenders are invited for comprehensive supply of gaseous fuel to the headquarters of pgkim sp.
With a Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) of 30m3/hr at its max speed, the Atmosphere Drive system purifies the air and reduces three hundred and 13 different gaseous contaminants," the company said in a statement.
Astronomers have pinpointed what appears to be the first moon detected outside our solar system, a large gaseous world the size of Neptune that is unlike any other known moon and orbits a gas planet much more massive than Jupiter.
The amount of polluting solids was 20,250 tons, gaseous and liquid substances - 32,580 tons, the Committee said.
Air Products (NYSE:APD) reported on Thursday the receipt of an agreement for the supply of gaseous nitrogen and oxygen and liquid argon in Tangjeong, South Korea.
Synergic Influence of Gaseous, Particulate, and Biological Pollutants on Human Health
The collecting and separation system includes a condenser, a cooling system, a light fraction receiver with a gaseous product removing system, a crude heavy fraction receiver, and a vacuum evaporator.
Researchers have developed a gaseous Cl[O.sub.2] sachet that could be used to disinfect spinach and blueberries.
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.