nongaseous

nongaseous

(ˌnɒnˈɡæsɪəs)
adj
not consisting of gases, not gaseous
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It records the output of all sensor modules (included nongaseous sensors) on a nonvolatile secure digital (SD) card.
Bacteria of the gut synthesize a large variety of signaling molecules of low molecular weight that include methane, hydrogen sulfide, and nongaseous metabolites [13, 14].
Neurotoxicity in operating room personnel working with gaseous and nongaseous anaesthesia.
For nongaseous medium, when the gravity is taken into consideration, the piezometric head is the sum of the pressure head and elevation head of the fluid; that is,
Meteorologists tell us that water requires a nongaseous surface to make the transition from a vapor to a liquid.
Lithium is also the lightest nongaseous metal, and therefore cells based on lithium chemistry offer the highest specific energy (energy per unit weight) and energy density (energy per unit volume) of all battery chemistries.
Ganymede, Callisto, and Titan are about half [H.sub.2]O by mass; Europa, Triton, and Pluto have much more of it proportionately than Earth; and the nongaseous portion of all the giant planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) is probably richer in [H.sub.2]O than any other molecule.
Although some nongaseous compounds with refractive indices slightly less than that of seawater exist (e.g., trifluoroacetic acid, n = 1.28), the refractive index of water is the lower limit for biological materials.
has received Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) certification for its D704LTE and D706LTE series diesel engines for use in nongaseous underground mines.