Some articles on fine particles, particles:
... Its feed consists of fine particles ... In its shale-oil applications, fine particles (less than 25 millimetres (1.0 in) in diameter) are fed into the preheat tubes of the retort, where they are dried and preheated to 250 °C (480 °F ... In the pyrolysis zone, oil shale particles are mixed with hot shale ash and the pyrolysis is performed at temperatures between 500 °C (930 °F) and 550 °C ...
... response in the lung will depend on where the lunar dust particles are deposited ... In 1G deposition in the more central airways will reduce the transport of the fine particles to the lung periphery ... On the Moon with fractional gravity, the inhaled fine particles will be deposited in more peripheral regions of the lung ...
... Pollutants can be in the form of solid particles, liquid droplets, or gases ... alternatively referred to as particulate matter (PM), atmospheric particulate matter, or fine particles, are tiny particles of solid or liquid suspended in a gas ... In contrast, aerosol refers to particles and the gas together ...
... cooling before entering the baghouse where fine particles are trapped ... A disadvantage is that these particles may not have been decontaminated and are typically recycled to the dryer ... gas first enters an afterburner to decontaminate the fine particles, then goes into a cooling unit prior to introduction into the baghouse ...
... The contamination problems that remain are primarily with ozone and fine particles (soot) (between 2.5 micrometers and 10 micrometers) ... Thirty to fifty percent of the time, Mexico City's levels of fine particles of ten micrometers, the most dangerous, exceed levels recommended by the World Health Organization ... in the valley was due to sulfur emissions in the past, it is now due to fine particles in the air ...
Famous quotes containing the words particles and/or fine:
“When was it that the particles became
The whole man, that tempers and beliefs became
Temper and belief and that differences lost
Difference and were one? It had to be
In the presence of a solitude of the self....”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“Men are fools that wish to die!
Is t not fine to dance and sing
When the bells of death do ring?”
—Unknown. Hey Nonny No! (L. 24)