PM10

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PM10

Organic particles, or particulate matter, as in smoke, measuring between 2.5 and 10 microns in diameter.

PM10

A general term for organic air pollutants measuring less than 10 µm in diameter, which are linked to increased respiratory morbidity and mortality.
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The higher the sun rose the higher rose that cloud of dust, and through the screen of its hot fine particles one could look with naked eye at the sun, which showed like a huge crimson ball in the unclouded sky.
Wood smoke is made up of a mixture of fine particles and toxic gases that can harm your health.
Bulgaria is among the countries with the highest share fatally affected by fine particles along with Poland.
The steel vacuum can absorb air from up to almost 1,000 feet around it and four miles above it, filtering out 100 percent of fine particles and 95 percent of ultrafine particles.
This is probably because water normally flows through mains pipes at slow speeds and very fine particles can deposit and accumulate as sediment within the pipes.
During the same period, fine particles or those with a diameter of 2.
While centrifugal force drives large particles toward the perimeter, fine particles move toward the center where they exit through the vortex finder.
has obtained a patent for a coated conductive powder obtained by coating the surfaces of conductive particles with insulating inorganic fine particles, wherein the volume resistivity value of the coated conductive powder is 1 [ohm]-cm or less, the specific gravity of the insulating inorganic fine particles is 5.
The article provides information about how the mixture's technological parameters change in accordance to different concentration of aggregates and fine particles.
Fine particle filtration has historically been one of the primary methods used in the treatment of drinking water, removing coarse and fine particles from raw water prior to disinfection.
SDK), has developed titanium oxide fine particles for use in UV-light-responsive photocatalyst with highest-level activity.
Coagulation involves adding positively charged ions like calcium or aluminum to attract the negatively charged fine particles together.