VOCS

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VOCSVolatile Organic Compounds
VOCSVulcan Owners Club Spain
VOCSVisualization of Complex Systems (project; University of Bergen; Norway)
VOCSVictims of Crime Service (Australia)
VOCSVerbal Orders of the Chief of Staff
VOCSVariable Offset Cumulative Spectrum
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The pump-and-treat system uses extraction wells to pump water out of the earth, remove the chromium and volatile organic compounds, and return the clean water to the ground.
"To our knowledge, this is one of the first studies to measure the air concentrations of nicotine and volatile organic compounds and compare the emissions from electronic and conventional tobacco cigarettes," Dr.
The campaign is particularly concerned with observing non-methane volatile organic compounds (NMVOC) in the populated areas of the UAE throughout the year, specially during July and August when ozone is at its peak, potentially posing a hazard to the health of humans, animals and plants.
With the technique, the volatile organic compounds are quantified in real time from the headspace above the edible oils to part-per-trillion levels.
Volatile organic compounds contribute to the formation of ground-level ozone, or smog.
Both these results contained 37 volatile organic compounds so why did the council and health board want it stopped?
According to the EPA, Hillards Creek, a residential area near the facility, and the Gibbsboro Nature Preserve are contaminated with Lead, volatile organic compounds and semi-volatile organic compounds related to activities at the former plant.
In response to environ car makers have pushed for powder primers for steel and SMC body parts as a replacement for liquid solvent-based systems in order to reduce volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and overspray waste.
Volatile organic compounds, mold, dust mites, smoke, and pet dander are also said to be neutralized.
(1993), in a study of 86 rooms in 29 office buildings, found that levels of "lost" total volatile organic compounds (TVOCs) (lower TVOC concentrations in the room air than in the supply air) were inversely proportional to sick-building-syndrome symptoms.
Photovac, Inc., provider of hand-held instruments for detection and measurement of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), introduces PetroPRO[TM] a high-speed portable gas chromatograph for rapid screening of common VOCs on site.
Their topics include the risk assessor as customer, initial sample preparation, metal analysis, analyzing inorganic parameters, petroleum and polyaromatic hydrocarbons, volatile organic compounds, non- halogenated organic compounds including semi-volatile organic compounds, and ecological assessment and toxicity screening in contaminated land analysis.