SVOCSemi-Volatile Organic Compound
SVOCSacramento Valley Organizing Community (California; est 1994)
SVOCSpecial Vehicle
SVOCSmall Vessel Operators Certificate (Australia)
SVOCSport Vereniging Oirlo Castenray (Dutch sports association)
SVOCSouthern Vectis Omnibus Company (Isle of Wight, UK)
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Researchers collected samples from three separate lots at each facility for SVOC analyses, metals analyses, and particle characterization.
These emissions were dominated by water loss (condensate) with press emissions also consisting of both SVOCs and VVOCs.
In case 1, PVC flooring was used as the specimen (this flooring has been reported to emit DEHP, which is an SVOC).
The SVOCs are captured on the Empore[R] disk, and eluted with a 25 ml of a 50:50 mixture of hexane and ethyl acetate.
The DPW recently released test results of 20 soil samples showed the presence of pesticides, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) and total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) in minimal amounts that mostly comply with Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection regulations, according to an October 16 report prepared by Weston & Sampson Engineers, Inc.
The first column under sVOC, labeled "no ex," gives the expected uncertainty based solely on the uncertainties in the quantities other than the amount of exempt solvent.
(The ONE and SVOC stories in the Winter issue of Social Policy are illustrative.) The reasons people immigrate to the U.S.
Mair (1990: 198) takes the semantico-pragmatic characterization a step further when he notes that the "VP + NP+ to-infinitive" structure, by destroying the syntactic integrity of the embedded proposition, highlights an entity to be judged (O in SVOC) and the speaker's judgement (C in SVOC), an insight which is echoed by Ureland (1973: 288-9), Maxwell (1984: 370) and Steever (1977: 591)." More recently, Langacker (1995: 36) has characterized the object-raising construction in terms of the focal prominence of the postverbal NP as a salient participant in the process encoded in the complement clause.