vog


Also found in: Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

vog

 (vŏg, vôg)
n.
A form of air pollution produced by the photochemical reaction of sunlight with sulfur dioxide and other gases that have been released into the atmosphere by a volcanic eruption.

References in periodicals archive ?
Anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of 6a,7 [beta]-dihydroxy-vouacapan-17(beta]-oic acid isolated from Pterodon emarginatus Vog.
Another major update is that VOG had its new integrated exploration and appraisal working programme for the West Medvezhye field approved by the local authorities.
Anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of 6alpha, 7beta-dihydroxy-vouacapan-17beta-oic acid isolated from Pterodon emarginatus Vog.
Following the forfeiture VOG, through RDL, will have a 95% interest and SNH will have the remaining 5% interest.
VOG cast around the globe and settled on Cameroon, specifically a gas field close to the country's largest city, Douala.
5 million subscribers in India, Bachchan's vog is now available to his UK fans too and the company hope many other stars will also start vogging.
VOG has become a more popular technique than EOG mainly because of its lower intrusiveness.
When this gas reacts with oxygen, moisture, and sunlight, it forms vog (volcanic smog), which can be harmful if inhaled.
According to New Scientist, the authors of the book are Charles Bourland, a retired NASA food scientist, and Gregory Vog.
Along with Merzbow, Hijokaidan, Masonna, and others, VOG gained international attention among extreme-music enthusiasts as the first major wave of Japanese noise broke globally in the early '90s.
An example of the medical discourse used by the poet occurs in the poem "die muur" (49) [the wall], which opens: "as jesus vandag betyds van die / kruis kon kom, sou spanne chirurge hom / resussiteer met kollo'ide intraveneuse vog, met / profilaktiese antibiotika en sorgsame ontsmet / van sy wonde.