- aerosol + -ize (Wiktionary)
“The ability to "aerosolize" anthrax was the big breakthrough that Patrick achieved at Fort Detrick, and for which he holds several secret patents.”
“There simply is no regulatory solution to the millions of tons of searingly fetid, toxic effluvium that industrial hog farms discharge and aerosolize on a daily basis.”
“But traditional snow-making systems -- which blow water and compressed air through special nozzles to aerosolize it, then rely on outdoor air to freeze it before it hits the slopes -- only work when temperatures drop below freezing.”
“The first requirement would be to aerosolize the spores.”
“If you aerosolize it and throw it around a crowded subway, you could infect a lot of people, if it's made in a weaponized form.”
“They speculate that another powerful drug -- the anesthetic gas halothene -- must have been used to aerosolize the mixture, with recommended dosages doubled or trebled for maximum impact.”
“In all their forms, they're radioactive and chemically toxic after striking, penetrating and incinerating inside a target after which they aerosolize in a fine spray which then contaminates the air, soil and water around and beyond the target area.”
“You need a lot more of the inhaled version, because it's not easy to aerosolize like anthrax.”
“TUCKER: Well, it has been explored by a number of countries as a potential biological warfare agent, but it is just not a very good biological weapon, because it's difficult to deliver, to aerosolize.”
“ELIZABETH COHEN, CNN MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT: Kyra, the story is a concern because in the years following World War II both the Soviet Union and the United States found ways to aerosolize the plague.”
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