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English term or phrase:um
Turkish translation:mikron demek
Entered by: 1964
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14:07 Jul 12, 2002
English to Turkish translations [PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: um
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47 um
shenay kharatekin
Turkey
Local time: 03:13
mikron demek
Explanation:
www.pca.state.mn.us/air/emissions/pm10.html - 12k -
Criteria Air Pollutant
Particulate Matter (TSP and PM-10) in Minnesota
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Description of Particulate Matter (TSP and PM-10)

Characteristics: Not all air pollutants are gases. Particulate matter is a collective term used for very small solid and/or liquid particles found in the atmosphere. While individual particles cannot be seen with the naked eye, collectively they can appear as black soot, dust clouds or grey hazes. Particulate matter may be generated by natural processes (e.g., pollen, bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, yeast, salt spray, soil from erosion) or through human activities, including diesel trucks, power plants, wood stoves and industrial processes. Individual particles vary considerably in size, geometry, chemical composition and physical properties. The effect of particulates on human health and the environment varies with the physical and chemical makeup of the particulates.

One of the major characteristics of particulate matter is particle size. Particles can range in size from 0.005 - 500 micrometers or microns (um), which is equal to one-millionth (10 -6) of a meter. Particles
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1964
Turkey
Local time: 03:13
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Evet fakat başka bölümlerde micron diye geçmiş, merak ettim
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1964


  

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mikron demek


Explanation:
www.pca.state.mn.us/air/emissions/pm10.html - 12k -
Criteria Air Pollutant
Particulate Matter (TSP and PM-10) in Minnesota
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Description of Particulate Matter (TSP and PM-10)

Characteristics: Not all air pollutants are gases. Particulate matter is a collective term used for very small solid and/or liquid particles found in the atmosphere. While individual particles cannot be seen with the naked eye, collectively they can appear as black soot, dust clouds or grey hazes. Particulate matter may be generated by natural processes (e.g., pollen, bacteria, viruses, fungi, mold, yeast, salt spray, soil from erosion) or through human activities, including diesel trucks, power plants, wood stoves and industrial processes. Individual particles vary considerably in size, geometry, chemical composition and physical properties. The effect of particulates on human health and the environment varies with the physical and chemical makeup of the particulates.

One of the major characteristics of particulate matter is particle size. Particles can range in size from 0.005 - 500 micrometers or microns (um), which is equal to one-millionth (10 -6) of a meter. Particles


1964
Turkey
Local time: 03:13
Native speaker of: Native in TurkishTurkish
PRO pts in pair: 718
Grading comment
Evet fakat başka bölümlerde micron diye geçmiş, merak ettim
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