aerosol

[ UK /ˈe‍əɹəsˌɒl/ ]
[ US /ˈɛɹəˌsɑɫ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a dispenser that holds a substance under pressure and that can release it as a fine spray (usually by means of a propellant gas)
  2. a cloud of solid or liquid particles in a gas
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How To Use aerosol In A Sentence

  • Sudden sniffing death is particularly associated with abuse of butane, propane and chemicals in aerosols.
  • AERONET is a global network of more than 100 sun photometers that measure the amount of sunlight absorbed by aerosols (fine particles in the air) at wavelengths from ultraviolet to infrared.
  • In short, I told them that U-13 should be destroyed and that we should not attempt to deliver Marburg by aerosol. CHAMELEON
  • An aerosol spray will make short work of painting awkward objects.
  • Say a dose of virus particles is inhaled as an aerosol into your bronchus. Creeping Crud
  • Because the release of aerosols is centered over land, its cooling effects tend to be localized over continents.
  • Aerosol resist coating too thick: - increase exposure time or use spray more sparingly.
  • The aqueous-phase chemistry of deliquescent sea-salt aerosols in the remote marine boundary layer is investigated with a steady state box model.
  • In order to have cleaner air in our house, we invest in a lot of things such as disinfecting aerosol sprays and expensive air purifiers. EzineArticles
  • In fact, Edwards' first exposure to the spray drying process occurred when he was working with a spray dryer to produce highly respirable drug aerosols in a food science lab.
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