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gas·e·ous

(gas'ē-ŭs),
Of the nature of gas.
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gas·e·ous

(gas'ē-ŭs)
Of the nature of gas.
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gaseous

(gă′sē-ŭs)
Having the nature or form of gas.
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The aim of the thesis was to examine the emissions of gaseous pollutants emitted during the composting of municipal sewage sludge, and to evaluate and identify effective means and tools that could be used for the reduction of organic and inorganic concentrations of gaseous pollutants released during the process of composting.
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Tronox LLC has been granted a patent for a process for manufacturing titanium dioxide comprised of continuously reacting a titanium halide and an oxygen-containing gas in the vapor phase to produce titanium dioxide particles and gaseous reaction products.
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