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atmosphere

noun air, airspace, ambience, aura, background, circumambience, climate, climatic condition, element, environing influence, environment, medium, mood, setting, space, surroundings, weather
Associated concepts: clouding the atmosphere, polluting the atmosphere
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Decontamination of soil containing POPs by the combined action of solid Fenton-like reagents and microwaves, Chemosphere 69: 1326-1329.
2008, "Particle-facilitated lead and arsenic transport in abandoned mine sites soil influenced by simulated acid rain," Chemosphere, 71, pp.
In a study published by the journal Chemosphere, researchers concluded that farmed salmon contained higher levels of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), organochlorine pesticides and polybrominated diphenylethers than wild salmon.
You will all remember the Chemosphere, that 1960 hexagonal saucer-on-a-concrete-stalk Malin house by John Lautner the erstwhile Frank Lloyd Wright disciple.
Sanderson's research has been published in more than 30 peer-reviewed articles in such publications as Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Environmental Science and Technology, Water Science & Technology, Chemosphere, and Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology.
Azo-dyes photo catalytic degradation in aqueous suspension of TiO2 under solar irradiation, chemosphere, 49: 1223-1230.
Heavy metal extractable forms in sludge from wastewater treatment plants, Chemosphere 47: 765-775.
Destruction of phenol aqueous solution by photocatalysis or direct photolysis", Chemosphere, Vol.
Landmark locations: Googie's Coffee Shops, Bob Hope's Palm Springs home and the Chemosphere in Hollywood Hills (1960).
In the February Chemosphere, he reported that each drug killed the plants, though at different doses.
This is best seen in his use of structure, something which could characterise a Lautner, from the memorable single column of the Chemosphere (Hollywood, 1960) to the vast, oversailing roofs of the Bob Hope House (Palm Springs, 1979), originally conceived with Felix Candela.