binary gas


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binary gas

Any gas made of two gaseous components mixed with each other. Some chemical warfare agents are chemically benign when separate but are damaging to living organisms when combined.
See: war gas
See also: gas
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Kn Diffusion type Gas component Kn < 0.1 general diffusion [21] unitary gas binary gas 0.1 < Kn < 10 Knudsen diffusion -- Kn > 10 transition diffusion -- Kn [D.sub.0] Kn < 0.1 [D.sub.F] = [1/3][lambda] [square root of 8RT/[pi]M] [mathematical expression not reproducible] 0.1 < Kn < 10 [D.sub.K] = [1/3]d [square root of 8RT/[pi]M] Kn > 10 [D.sub.T] = 1/[1/[D.sub.F] + 1/[D.sub.K]] or 1/[1/[D.sub.AB] + 1/[D.sub.K]] Table 2: Pore parameters of carbon materials.
Sakellaropoulos, "Simulation of Binary Gas Separation in Hollow Fiber Asymmetric Membrane by Orthogonal Collocation," J.
Small wonder that this once put-upon Sunni villager imagined that he had a Bomb, or binary gas, or killer microbes--who cared about technical details?