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High levels of stove gas emissions can be added to the list of indoor pollutants that aggravate asthma of inner-city children, U.S. researchers said.
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Reaction Design, the clean technology chemistry leader, today announced the release of ENERGICO(TM), a revolutionary new simulation package for the gas turbine industry that uses the power of detailed chemistry to accurately model combustion in a virtual environment.
By Krupa, Sagar Booker, Fitzerald; Bowersox, Van; Lehmann, Chris Topher; Grantz, David ABSTRACT Approximately 80 different crop species are grown in the United States in widely differing geographic areas, climatic and edaphic conditions, and management practices.
By Finlayson-Pitts, Barbara J About three decades ago, it was reported that a correlation existed between wet winters in San Francisco and episodes of air pollution the following summer.
By Anonymous A new study has found that elevated ozone found in lower layers of the atmosphere could be yet another contributing factor to the ongoing decline and disappearance of many populations of amphibians.
By Davis, Michael B Cooper, Santee; Schulz, Kent W SO^sub 3^ mitigation program yields payback beyond emissions control Computational fluid dynamics model of Santee Cooper, Cross Station Unit 2. Swirling lines depict the chemical path coming from an injector as it flows through the furnace.
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Houston's dirty air has long been traced to cars and trucks, ships and oil refineries. But there may be another key ingredient to the foul recipe -- sea salt.
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