diffusor


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diffusor

Pseudomedicine
Any device used to disperse volatile oils in a particular place—which may be effected by heat (candles or ceramic diffusors placed over a light bulb) or mechanical—and dispersed by an electrical pump that mixes air and the oil.
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The acrylic material also is offered in a comprehensive range of reflectors, transflectors, diffusors and edge light guides.
The interior is further illuminated by slatted or fretted skylights while lower down, translucent canopies over bathroom and entrance act as light diffusors.
Their report says: "The launch of innovative slow release products such as electrical diffusors or plug-ins gave the market an unexpected boost.