Meaning aerosol
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  A player who rarely hits the ball in a consistent line. One who sprays the ball.
Source: manesargolfclub.com

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Particles of solid or liquid matter that can remain suspended in air from a few minutes to many months depending on the particle size and weight.
Source: arb.ca.gov

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An aerosol is a suspension of fine solid particles or liquid droplets in air or another gas. Aerosols can be natural or anthropogenic. Examples of natural aerosols are fog or mist, dust, forest exudat [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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An aerosol is a suspension of fine solid particles or liquid droplets in air or another gas. Aerosols can be natural or anthropogenic. Examples of natural aerosols are fog or mist, dust, forest exudat [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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liquid or solid substance suspended in a gas (colloid). 
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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A colloidal system in which the dispersed phase is composed of either solid or liquid particles, and in which the dispersion medium is some gas, usually air. There is no clear-cut upper limit to the s [..]
Source: glossary.ametsoc.org

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a suspension of particles, other than water or ice, in the atmosphere and ranging in size from approximately five nanometres to larger than ten microns in radius; may be either natural or caused by human activity and most of the latter are usually considered to be pollutants.
Source: environment.gov.au

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Particles of solid or liquid matter that can remain suspended in air for long periods of time because of extremely small size and light weight.
Source: socalgas.com

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An Aerosol is an assemblage of small particles, solid or liquid, suspended in air. The diameter of the particles may vary from 100 down to 0.01 micrometers. Examples include dust, smoke, and fog.
Source: airfilterusa.com

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Microscopic liquid or solid particles dispersed into the air.
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Smoke, dust, ash and SO2
Source: eumetsat.int

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Fine liquid or solid particles suspended in air. For example Fog or Smoke. They can be microscopic and less than 1 micron in size. They can chemical or biological and composed of many parts.
Source: air-cleaner.co.uk

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<pharmacology> A suspension or dispersion of fine particles of a solid or liquid in a gas which can be atomised into a fine mist for inhalation therapy. Often colloids with a gaseous dispersing [..]
Source: mondofacto.com

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A system of colloidal particles dispersed in a gas, such as smoke or fog.
Source: forecast.weather.gov

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liquid or solid particles suspended in air
Source: michaelbonsbyhvac.com

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A suspended liquid or solid particle in a gas (e.g., air). A fine aerial suspension of particles sufficiently small in size to confer some degree of stability from sedimentation; i.e., fog or smoke.
Source: bdma.org.uk

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particle of solid or liquid matter that can remain suspended in the air because of its small size (generally under one micron)
Source: marc.org

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a suspension of small size (generally under one micron) liquid or solid particles in air gas.
Source: apis.ac.uk

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a highly dispersed suspension of fine solid or liquid particles in a gas.
Source: analystsinc.com

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A suspension of microscopic liquid and solid particles in the atmosphere for at least a few hours. Can be natural or anthropogenic (man-made).
Source: metlink.org

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Particles of matter, solid or liquid, larger than a molecule but small enough to remain suspended in the atmosphere
Source: extremestorms.com.au

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Little bits of stuff floating around in the air. Dirt, insects, sea salt, pollution. These are really important because water vapour needs them to start the process of forming rain and snow. Not enough, and precious water vapour can slip by the mountains without turning into rain. That's why Snowy Hydro seed clouds with extra aerosols.
Source: mountainwatch.com

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A system of colloidal particles dispersed in a gas, such as smoke or fog.
Source: weatherdudes.com

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A suspension of airborne solid or liquid particles, with a typical size between a few nanometres and 10 micrometres that reside in the atmosphere for at least several hours. For convenience the term a [..]
Source: ipcc-data.org

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A collection of airborne particles. The term has also come to be associated, erroneously, with the propellant used in &#039;aerosol sprays&#039;.
Source: pacificclimatechange.net

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A fine spray or mist. Medications in aerosol form can be administered via a nebulizer and inhaled.
Source: medicinenet.com

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Mixture of small particles (solid, liquid or a mixed variety) and a carrier gas (usually air). Note 1: Owing to their size, these particles (usually less than 100 µm and greater than 0.01 µm in diam [..]
Source: sis.nlm.nih.gov

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A colloid in which solid particles or liquid droplets are suspended in a gas. Smoke is an example of a solid aerosol; fog is an example of a liquid aerosol.
Source: antoine.frostburg.edu

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A system of colloidal particles dispersed in a gas, such as smoke or fog.
Source: w1.weather.gov

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1919, from aero- "air" + first syllable in solution. A term in physics; modern commercial application is from 1940s.
Source: etymonline.com

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If a golfer is not able to shot the ball in a consistent line and sprays the ball, this is called aerosol.
Source: thematchplayer.com

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the suspension of very fine particles of a solid or droplets of a liquid in a gaseous medium. Fog, smoke, and volcanic dust are naturally occurring examples of aerosols.
Source: virtualskies.arc.nasa.gov

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A player who rarely hits the ball in a consistent line and &quot;sprays&quot; the ball.
Source: guide4golf.com

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A system of liquid or solid particles uniformly distributed in a finely divided state through a gas, usually air.  Because aerosols are a means for delivering chemical and biological agents, they can [..]
Source: nti.org

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A gaseous suspension of ultramicroscopic particles of a liquid or a solid.
Source: sci2.esa.int

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An aerosol is a dispersion of a liquid in a gas or a solid in a gas.Return to the Chemistry Glossary IndexA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Source: chemistry.about.com

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A gas-tight container equipped with a valve which is designed to hold the product and the propellant gas under pressure. When the valve is opened, generally by finger pressure, the product is dispense [..]
Source: intracen.org

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aerosol (pop)
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Very small liquid or solid particles dispersed in air.
Source: waterindustryforum.com

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 A product that uses compressed gas to spray the coating from its container. Historical Note:
Source: consolidatedcoating.com

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Very small liquid or solid particles dispersed in air.
Source: lenntech.com

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A suspension of solid or liquid particles within the air; Man-made aerosols (dust particles) in the atmosphere are believed to reduce solar radiation reaching the surface of the earth and therefore to [..]
Source: enviroliteracy.org

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Suspension of fine liquid or solid particles in a gas. Cigarette smoke is an example of an aerosol, with a high concentration of particles, vapours and gases in air.
Source: bat-science.com

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According to 49 CFR 171.8 [Title 49 – Transportation; Subtitle B -- Other Regulations Relating to Transportation; Chapter I -- Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, Department of T [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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(n) a cloud of solid or liquid particles in a gas(n) a dispenser that holds a substance under pressure and that can release it as a fine spray (usually by means of a propellant gas)
Source: beedictionary.com

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Aerosols are fine solid or liquid particles, caused by people or occurring naturally, that are suspended in the atmosphere. Aerosols can cause cooling by scattering incoming radiation or by affecting [..]
Source: globalchange.gov

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Particulate material, other than water or ice, in the atmosphere ranging in size from approximately 10x-3 to larger than 10x2 ´m in radius. Aerosols are important in the atmosphere as nuclei for the condensation of water droplets and ice crystals, as participants in various chemical cycles, and as absorbers and scatterers of solar radiation, there [..]
Source: cdiac.ornl.gov

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This is a very broad term applied to any suspension of solid or liquid particles in a gas. They are fine enough in the particle size (0.001 to 100 micrometers) to remain dispersed for a period of the [..]
Source: ilo.org

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Suspended droplets of liquid or liquid dispersions in air.
Source: newh.org

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A suspension of liquid or solid particles in a gas.
Source: environmentallawyers.com

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1. Small droplets or particles suspended in the atmosphere, typically containing sulfur. They are usually emitted naturally (e.g. in volcanic eruptions) and as the result of anthropogenic (human) acti [..]
Source: infohouse.p2ric.org

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1. Small droplets or particles suspended in the atmosphere, typically containing sulfur. They are usually emitted naturally (e.g. in volcanic eruptions) and as the result of anthropogenic (human) a [..]
Source: ehso.com

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A finely divided material suspended in air or other gaseous environment.
Source: ehso.com

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A finely divided material suspended in air or other gaseous environment.
Source: infohouse.p2ric.org

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Pharmacologic agents delivered into the nostrils in the form of a mist or spray.
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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A product that uses compressed gas to spray the coating from its container.
Source: rustoleum.com

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Particles of liquid or solid dispersed as a suspension in gas.
Source: earthobservatory.nasa.gov

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A suspension of particles dissolved in liquid and dispersed in a fine mist.
Source: merckvetmanual.com

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A suspension in a gaseous medium of solid particles, liquid particles or solid and liquid particles having negligible falling velocity.
Source: sms-environmental.co.uk

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A suspension in a gaseous medium of solid particles, liquid particles or solid and liquid particles having negligible falling velocity.
Source: legionellacontrol.com

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Aerosol is a gaseous suspension of fine solid or liquid particles and is sometimes used as a vehicle for dermatological drugs.
Source: lamasbeauty.com

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A suspension of solid or liquid particles within the air; Man-made aerosols (dust particles) in the atmosphere are believed to reduce solar radiation reaching the surface of the earth and therefore to produce a cooling effect on global temperatures
Source: amyhremleyfoundation.org

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A colloidal system in which the dispersed phase is composed of either solid or liquid particles, and in which the dispersion medium is some gas, usually air. Generally less than one micrometer in size.
Source: oswego.edu

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Aerosol is a gaseous suspension of fine solid or liquid particles and is sometimes used as a vehicle for dermatological drugs.
Source: oils4life.co.uk

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