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compound

to agree not to prosecute or proceed in return for a consideration.
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Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Gas Sensor Type Outlook (Revenue, USD Million, 2014 - 2025)
Aerobic mineralisation of organic compounds can be monitored by collection and measurement of carbon dioxide ([CO.sub.2]) produced from the metabolised target compound.
This unit is a big brother to portable VOC Wagons [TM] and VOC Skids [TM] that are widely used to oxidize volatile organic compounds with a design destruction efficiency of 99.9%.
Review of volatile organic compound source appointment by chemical mass balance.
The relative amounts of CO and C|O.sub.2~ and residual volatile organic compounds depend on several factors.
Determining the Presence of Organic Compounds in Foundry Waste Leachates
Says Koval, "When illuminated Ti[O.sub.2] is used to decompose organic compounds, a large number of intermediate compounds are usually formed.
The labs will be able to identify products containing GMO (Genetically modified organisms), as well as to find stable (toxic) organic compounds and to research them, the press service states.
Organic compounds can be related to non-biological processes, but they also make up building blocks of life as we know it.
Its new Alcupol P-3091 grade has a very low total of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), meaning product manufacturers can adhere to stringent European certifications such as 'CertiPur' and 'OEKO-TEX'.