volatile organic compound


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volatile organic compound

Environment Any toxic cabon-based (organic) substance that easily become vapors or gases–eg, solvents–paint thinners, lacquer thinner, degreasers, dry cleaning fluids
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This is anticipated to further create growth opportunities for the volatile organic compound gas sensors market.
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Review of volatile organic compound source appointment by chemical mass balance.
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Prime and paint exterior of building with Kelly-Moor-Low Odor/Zero Volatile Organic Compound paint.
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The GEO in-situ approach achieved an average 92% reduction of chlorinated volatile organic compound (CVOCs) levels in the groundwater.