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PNOSPartei National Orientierter Schweizer (German: National Oriented Swiss Party)
PNOSParticulate (insoluble) Not Otherwise Specified
PNOSProposed Notice of Sale
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This project could potentially reduce particulate emissions from its woodworking operations by up to 352 tons annually, the EPA says.
Any ambient measuring method adopted by the EPA will measure only total particulate mass without identifying its components.
With the real-time deformation technique (7) developed by Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd., the PS including the particulate was observed by means of a transmission electron microscope (H-8000; Hitachi Co., Ltd).
Louis area is currently attaining the 1997 annual National Ambient Air Quality Standard for fine particulate matter.
"The (index) tells citizens and policymakers how particulate pollution is affecting them and their communities and reveals the benefits of policies to reduce particulate pollution."
Since the publication of USP <788>, studies have shown these methods to be insufficient, and orthogonal methods are now recommended to verify their results and obtain a comprehensive characterization of the particulate content.
The researchers observed a 3.1 percent increase in hospital counts for all patients with asthma for each 15-[micro]g/m[sup.3] increase in three-day averaged ambient particulate matter.
Particulate matter is one of the deadliest air pollutants, and its width is measured in micrometers.
"We have no idea how much particulate matters these coal-burning power plants have been emitting so far," said Rep.
Particulate matter is a mix of small particles and drops of liquid that are found in the air.
In the event that the particulate is administered to a patient, it may result in local swelling, irritation of blood vessels or tissue, blockage of blood vessels and/or low-level allergic response to the particulate, according to FDA MedWatch.
One consequence of this is that several OEMs have decided that it is necessary to equip vehicles with particulate filters-and these are gasoline-powered, not diesel engines.