LCA

LCA What LCA means? A Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is defined as the systematic analysis of the potential environmental impacts of products or services during …

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catalysis

catalysis Catalysis (/k??tl?s?s/) is the process of increasing the rate of a chemical reaction by adding a substance known as a catalyst (/?kt?l?st/). Catalysts are …

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AIChE

AIChE What does AIChE stand for? American Institute of Chemical Engineers. What is AIChE method? The AIChE method is the most detailed method for predicting …

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moisture

moisture What are examples of moisture? Moisture is defined as a small amount of wetness. When hot water runs through pipes and condensation causes the …

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eddy

eddy Is eddy a real word? noun, plural eddies. a current at variance with the main current in a stream of liquid or gas, especially …

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second

second Is it a second or second? Word forms: seconds People often say ‘a second‘ or ‘seconds’ when they simply mean a very short time. …

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regulator

regulator What is the function of a regulator? Monitoring compliance with contractual obligations to the government and users, and other legal and regulatory requirements. Establishing …

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activated carbon

activated carbon Activated carbon contains carbonaceous material derived from charcoal. Activated carbon is produced by pyrolysis of organic materials of plant origin. These materials include …

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COSHH

COSHH COSHH is the law that requires employers to control substances that are hazardous to health. You can prevent or reduce workers exposure to hazardous …

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water pollution

water pollution Water pollution is the contamination of water sources by substances which make the water unusable for drinking, cooking, cleaning, swimming, and other activities. …

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