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*  Scanning mobility particle sizer
Lev Solomonovich Ruzer; Naomi H. Harley (2013). Aerosols Handbook: Measurement, Dosimetry, and Health Effects (Second ed.). CRC ... Burtscher, H. (2005). "Physical characterization of particulate emissions from diesel engines: a review". Journal of Aerosol ... is an analytical instrument that measures the size and number concentration of aerosol particles with diameters from 2.5 nm to ...
*  Eruption column
Stratospheric injection of aerosols by volcanoes is a major cause of short-term climate change. A common occurrence in ... Ash and aerosols in the troposphere are quickly removed by rain and other precipitation, but material injected into the ... Eruption columns over 10-15 km (6.2-9.3 mi) high break through the tropopause and inject ash and aerosols into the stratosphere ...
*  Inhaler
2004). Pharmaceutical Inhalation Aerosol Technology (2nd ed.). NY: Marcel Dekker. Nick Baumann (July-August 2011). "Why You're ... On activation, the metered-dose inhaler releases a fixed dose of medication in aerosol form. The correct procedure for using an ... Nebulizers - supply the medication as an aerosol created from an aqueous formulation. Nasal inhalers contain decongestant drugs ... Basics aspects of inhaled pharmaceutical aerosols Recent advances in spray medication technology Discrete simulation of powder ...
*  Particle-size distribution
The log-normal distribution is often used to approximate the particle size distribution of aerosols, aquatic particles and ...
*  Nebulizer
"Delivery and retention of an insulin aerosol produced by a new jet nebulizer". Journal of Aerosol Medicine. 8 (3): 243-254. doi ... An aerosol is a mixture of gas and solid or liquid particles. Various asthma guidelines, such as the Global Initiative for ... As they create aerosols from ultrasonic vibration instead of using a heavy air compressor, they only have a weight around 170 ... Ultrasonic wave nebulizers are also used in humidifiers, to spray out water aerosols to moisten dry air in buildings. Some of ...
*  Particle counter
Aerosol particle counters are used to test and classify a cleanroom to ensure its performance is up to a specific cleanroom ... Modified aerosol portable particle counter that has been attached to a sequencing sampling system. The sequencing sampling ... A common controlled environment aerosol particle counters are used in is a cleanroom. Cleanrooms are used extensively in ... There are several direct-reading instruments for measuring aerosol particle emissions. The condensation particle counter and ...
*  Stratospheric sulfur aerosols
"Sulfate Aerosols". Mathera, T.A., C. Oppenheimer, A.G. Allen and A.J.S. McGonigle (2004). "Aerosol chemistry of emissions from ... Aerosols scatter light, which affects the appearance of the sky and of sunsets. Changing the concentration of aerosols in the ... However, they are mostly talking about tropospheric aerosol. The aerosols have a role in the destruction of ozone due to ... showing that it is a major atmospheric aerosol absorber. Aerosols, natural and anthropogenic, can affect the climate by ...
*  Secondary organic aerosols
Secondary Organic Aerosol or SOA are molecules produced via multigeneration oxidation of a parent organic molecule. Yee, ... "Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation from Low-NOx Photooxidation of Dodecane: Evolution of Multigeneration Gas-Phase Chemistry ... and Aerosol Composition". The Journal of Physical Chemistry A. 116 (24): 6211-6230. doi:10.1021/jp211531h. ISSN 1089-5639. ...
*  Aerosol
... science covers generation and removal of aerosols, technological application of aerosols, effects of aerosols on the ... is a key property used to characterise aerosols. Aerosols vary in their dispersity. A monodisperse aerosol, producible in the ... An aerosol is defined as a colloidal system of solid or liquid particles in a gas. An aerosol includes both the particles and ... An aerosol is a colloid of fine solid particles or liquiddroplets, in air or another gas. Aerosols can be natural or ...
*  Sulfate aerosol
These aerosols can cause a cooling effect on earth. However the UNFCCC has noted that sulfate aerosols remain in the atmosphere ... The term sulfate aerosols is used for a suspension of fine solid particles of a sulfate or tiny droplets of a solution of a ... Other side effects of sulfate aerosols in the environment include poor air quality. CLAW hypothesis Cloud condensation nuclei ... Sulfur cycle Stratospheric sulfur aerosols http://unfccc.int/essential_background/background_publications_htmlpdf/climate_ ...
*  Aerosol burn
An aerosol burn is an injury to the skin caused by the pressurized gas within an aerosol spray cooling quickly, with the sudden ... In rare cases aerosol-induced burns can be severe enough to necessitate skin grafting. The most common cause of aerosol burns ... In rarer cases aerosol burns are reported to have been caused by air fresheners and other compressed aerosol canisters ... Some aerosol burns are intentionally self-inflicted, the reasons being emotional/psychological. Household aerosol products such ...
*  Aerosol Can
Pharrell Williams - Aerosol Can". ARIA Top 50 Singles. "Ultratop.be - Major Lazer feat. Pharrell Williams - Aerosol Can" (in ... "Aerosol Can" is a song produced and performed by American electronic music group Major Lazer and American recording artist ... "iTunes - Music - Aerosol Can (feat. Pharrell Williams) - Single by Major Lazer". iTunes Store (AU). Apple Inc. 14 February 2014 ... Major Lazer - Aerosol Can Feat Pharrell Williams Remix Contest :: Beatport Play "Australian-charts.com - Major Lazer feat. ...
*  Aerosol spray
"Paint & Aerosol Safety". uvm.edu. The University of Vermont. Retrieved 20 July 2015. Consumer Aerosol Products Council Aerosol ... The concepts of aerosol probably go as far back as 1790. The first aerosol spray can patent was granted in Oslo in 1927 to Erik ... Aerosol spray is a type of dispensing system which creates an aerosol mist of liquid particles. This is used with a can or ... Aerosol burn injuries can be caused by the spraying of aerosol directly onto the skin, in a practice sometimes called "frosting ...
*  Aerosol bomb
In World War II soldiers used 40 million aerosol bombs against insects. In 1946, when aerosol bombs first came on the general ... An Aerosol bomb (a bug bomb) is a hand-sized steel can charged with a liquefied gas under 75 pounds of pressure and a product ... Aerosol bombs were developed in 1941 by Lyle D. Goodhue and William N. Sullivan of the United States Bureau of Entomology and ... 413,474) for an aerosol "dispensing apparatus", filed by Lyle D. Goodhue and William N. Sullivan on October 3, 1941 (including ...
*  Aerosol paint
The Plain Man's Guide to Aerosols CAPCO is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing accurate information about aerosol ... Like many household chemicals and aerosols, aerosol paint vapor and propellant can be misused as an inhalant. Graffiti ... Most aerosol paints also have a metal, glass or plastic ball called a pea inside of the can, which is used to mix the paint ... When aerosol paint is used, care must be taken to cover or mask areas where paint is not wanted. A stencil can be used to ...
*  Aerosol impaction
... is the process in which particles are removed from an air stream by forcing the gases to make a sharp bend. ... Deposition (Aerosol physics) Inertial Impaction, Size and Time Archived April 1, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.. ... The most clear and important advantage of impaction, as opposed to filtration, is that two key aerosol parameters, size and ...
*  United Kingdom Chemistry and Aerosols model
The United Kingdom Chemistry and Aerosols (UKCA) is a community Chemistry-Aerosol-Climate model which are research runs of the ... United Kingdom Chemistry and Aerosols (UKCA) Model UKCA: A community chemistry-climate model (Cambridge) UKCA Wiki. ...
*  Electrical aerosol spectrometer
Electrical aerosol spectrometry (EAS) is a technique for measurement of the number-size distribution of aerosol using a ... 1998). "Electrical aerosol spectrometer of Tartu University". Journal of Aerosol Science. 29: S427-S428. doi:10.1016/S0021-8502 ... The technique is particularly appropriate for situations where aerosol concentrations are changing on a timescale of 1 s or ... 2002). "Electrical aerosol spectrometer of Tartu University". Atmospheric Research. 62 (3-4): 315-324. Bibcode:2002AtmRe..62.. ...
*  Sea salt aerosol
... , which originally comes from sea spray, is one of the most widely distributed natural aerosols. Sea salt ... Correspondingly, sea salt aerosols have a wide range of atmospheric lifetimes. As the sea salt aerosols are hygroscopic, their ... How do aerosols affect precipitation? Science, 321, 1309-1313 Johnson, D.B., 1982: The Role of Giant and Ultragiant Aerosol ... Sea salt aerosols influence the sulfate aerosol formation in different ways due to the different sizes. Very small sea salt ...
*  Aerosol mass spectrometry
... is the application of mass spectrometry to aerosol particles. Aerosol particles are defined as ... Aerosol mass spectrometry has also found its way into the field of pharmaceutical aerosol analysis, due to its ability to ... Aerosol science and measurements field, especially aerosol mass spectrometry has grown a lot over the last couple decades. Its ... Beginning in the 1920s aerosol measurements became more common place because the negative health effects of industrial aerosols ...
*  Deposition (aerosol physics)
In aerosol physics, deposition is the process by which aerosol particles collect or deposit themselves on solid surfaces, ... Within aerosol computer models aerosols and cloud droplets are mostly treated separately so that nucleation represents a loss ... This is where aerosol particles get into cloud droplets or cloud ice crystals through working as cloud nuclei, or being ... Condensation in aerosol dynamics Particle collection in wet scrubbers Seinfeld, John; Spyros Pandis (2006). Atmospheric ...
*  Charged aerosol detector
Measurement of the aggregate charge of aerosol particles using a filter/electrometer. The CAD like other aerosol detectors, can ... RS Charged Aerosol Detector and Thermo Scientific Vanquishâ„¢ Charged Aerosol Detectors. The general detection scheme involves: ... Pneumatic nebulization of mobile phase from the analytical column forming an aerosol. Aerosol conditioning to remove large ... The Charged Aerosol Detector (CAD) is a universal detector used in conjunction with high-performance liquid chromatography ( ...
*  Condensed aerosol fire suppression
The portable condensed aerosol device is typically designed to disperse aerosol in a 360° spray pattern, forming a large ... Condensed aerosol devices are designed to provide a controlled discharge. The aerosol-forming compound is installed inside of ... The flames are suppressed as long as the aerosol retains sufficient density. If the aerosol fails to achieve sufficient density ... The extinguishing performance of condensed aerosol fire suppressants is dependent on the density of aerosol particulates in the ...
*  Charged Aerosol Release Experiment
The Charged Aerosol Release Experiment also known as CARE, is a project run by NASA which will use a rocket to release dust in ... Night Time Artificial Cloud Study Using NASA Sounding Rocket, NASA An Update on theCharged Aerosol Release ExperimentCARE. ... "The Charged Aerosol Release Experiment (CARE) Program". Astrophysics Data System. Bibcode:2008cosp...37..261B. Retrieved 2009- ...
*  The Aerosol Grey Machine
... (1969) album releases & credits at Discogs.com Van der Graaf Generator - The Aerosol Grey Machine ( ... The Aerosol Grey Machine is the debut studio album by English progressive rock band Van der Graaf Generator. It was released in ... The Aerosol Grey Machine was released in September 1969 by record label Mercury. The initial edition contained the song "Giant ... When the band signed with Charisma Records, a deal was worked out whereby The Aerosol Grey Machine would be released under the ...