organic substances

Related to organic substances: Organic compounds

organic substances

Compounds that contain carbon. Common examples are carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.
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The mineral and organic substances which it holds in suspension heightens its transparency.
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3]' -- Choriatika Allantika Xipsitis Ltd -- contains more than the permitted levels of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) which are a group of more than 100 different chemicals that are released from burning coal, oil, gasoline, trash, tobacco, wood, or other organic substances such as charcoal-broiled meat.
The dispute over the manuscript dating is compelling--I am amazed that C-14 dating can now be considered so accurate, particularly given the frequent exposure of the manuscript to organic substances in the centuries since its creation.
The experiments are grouped in sections on basic lab techniques, molecular modeling, properties and reactions of organic compounds, identification of organic substances, and project-based experiments.
It is interesting to note that the list of substances contains 7 heavy metals (entries 1-7) and 15 organic substances, including 5 phthalates (entries 8, 9 and12-14), formaldehyde, primary aromatic amines and vinyl chloride.
The Hohenstein Institute's test system assesses the degradation of organic substances by microorganisms, water and oxygen in realistic conditions in the soil.
The technology efficiently removes persistent organic substances in wastewater by using hydroxyl (OH) radicals generated through an electric discharge created at a gas/liquid interface.
Micropollutants are organic substances with toxic properties that are harmful to the environment and living organisms.
At the same time, industrial waste water, for instance from chemical, pharmaceutical or cosmetics production, often has such a high level of toxic organic substances that their degradation is not possible in a biological sewage plant.
2 million resulted in a type of carpet produced with nanotechnology that destroys organic substances before they can take hold or become a stain.
The planar surfaces of the talc are hydrophobic and have a natural affinity for organic substances such as polyolefins.