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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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Polychlorinated biphenyls-containing electrical insulating oil contaminated soil treatment with calcium and magnesium peroxides, Chemosphere 82: 1196-1201.
The influence of exposure time and transportation routes on the pattern of organochlorines in plants from a polluted region, Chemosphere 29: 1603-1610.
2010, "Practical issues relating to soil column chromatography for sorption parameter determination," Chemosphere, 80, pp.
Chemosphere 169:428-436, PMID: 27889509, https://doi.
An overview of the methods used in the characterisation of natural organic matter (NOM) in relation to drinking water treatment, Chemosphere 83(11): 1431-1442.
3 -- 4) Architectural photographer Julius Shulman, above, shot many homes in the Valley that feature the distinctive modern look - including the spaceship-like Chemosphere House in Studio City, seen next to him, and singer Andy Williams' Woodland Hills residence, left.
Chemosphere 66:1052-1056, PMID: 16930676, https://doi.
Occurrence of veterinary antibiotics in animal wastewater and surface water around farms in Jiangsu Province, China," Chemosphere, 82: 1408-1414.
These samples averaged three times as much PBDE as in samples from women in Sweden, Jianwen She of California's Environmental Protection Agency in Berkeley and his colleagues report in an upcoming issue of CHEMOSPHERE.
Azo-dyes photo catalytic degradation in aqueous suspension of TiO2 under solar irradiation, chemosphere, 49: 1223-1230.
Their paper in the January 1988 CHEMOSPHERE reported dioxins and furans contaminated a range of commercial paper products--from newsprint and coffee filters to facial tissue.