the volume that would cover one acre to a depth of one foot. Advertisements
the change by which any substance is converted from a liquid, or solid, state into a vapor and is carried off in that vapor.
1. cooling water and condensate waste from refrigeration, air conditioning equipment, and cooled condensate from steam heating systems. 2. cooled boiler blowdown water. 3.waste water drainage from any area where water is used without an appreciable addition of oil, gasoline, chemicals, etc.
dealing with the chemical compounds and processes occurring in living organisms (plant and animal)
in the field of solar energy the general name for any instrument used to measure irradiance of the sun.
1. a very light, silver-white metallic chemical element, noted for its ductility and unmalleability. Magnesium is used in photography, fireworks, metal alloys, etc. 2. for plumbing, magnesium is used in water heater storage tanks. It interacts electrochemically in the tank to produce a current which prevents corrosion.
an alloy, essentially of copper, with a base metal of zinc. Often other metals are added to make the alloy stronger, harder, or to improve machinability. Other elements added for a specific purpose are lead, nickel, tin, aluminum and manganese.