gases vs gasses

gases gasses


  • 1) Alternative spelling of gases. Plural form of gas.
  • 2) Alternative spelling of gases. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gas.


  • 1) the atmosphere is a big layer of gas that surrounds the earth


  • 1) It said none of the gasses in an airbag is usually regarded as toxic.
  • 2) Burning nylon releases noxious gasses and leaves a sticky mess on the land.
  • 3) The halimeter works by measuring the concentration of sulphide gasses in parts per billion.
  • 4) Apparently a spark ignited the gasses inside.
  • 5) If we didn't, the trapped gasses would cause intestinal discomfort.
  • 6) Britain took the lead on targets for greenhouse gasses its businesses would become world leaders in the technology.
  • 7) However, ecologists said that the money would have been better spent on cutting greenhouse gasses.
  • 8) There are fumaroles to gawp at too — the vents through which rotten egg-smelling gasses hiss.
  • 9) In short, you have to misuse your nonstick pan very seriously before it emits those gasses.
  • 10) Second that assertion overlooks the fact that many 'natural sources' of greenhouse gasses are coupled with natural processes that remove greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere.
  • 11) But Lindzen claims global warming proponents ultimately want to see a 60 to 80 percent reduction in greenhouse gasses from the 1990 levels.
  • 12) Lastly, the largest contributor of greenhouse gasses is methane or more directly caused by the farting of cows.
  • 13) The main gasses making up our atmosphere (nitrogen, oxygen) form symmetrical molecules which don†™ t absorb light at these frequencies, don†™ t undergo molecular motion which is the definition of the term heat.
  • 14) In agreement with Dr. Bellamy were a host of other respected climatologists including the 19,000 who have signed a declaration that rejects Gore’s accusation that the rise of greenhouse gasses is caused by mankind’s use of fossil fuels.
  • 15) In both instances, the tuns should be covered during the period of fermentation, but taken off for the purpose of rousing before cleansing; these covers should be put on again, in order to prevent the dispersion or waste of the gasses, which is always a loss of spirituosity.
  • 16) Yes, in strict propriety, for they can properly be called gasses only when brought to an aeriform state.
  • 17) The planet heats and cools naturally and our gasses are the thermostat.
  • 18) We are interested in impact of the system on greenhouse gasses, which is better reflected in the energy payback, not the economic payback.

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