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- n. Volatile organic compound.
- n. VOC — open-circuit voltage
- n. Vancouver Organizing Committee; the organizer of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics
- n. Voice of Canada; former name of RCI (Radio Canada International)
- n. Voice of China; international cultural television programming from China
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Love Your Home Zero VOC - Any paint with VOC's in the range of 5 grams / litre or less can be called \ "Zero VOC\", according to the EPA Reference Test Method 24.
It contains these volatile, organic compounds - the term VOC, which has been thrown around a lot.
It does not appear elsewhere in VOC documents (Zeelandia Dagregisters, vol. 1, G: 241). back
This resolution is also found in VOC 1141: 466 – 67. back
Also see Leonard Blussé, Strange Company: Chinese Settlers, Mestizo Women and the Dutch in VOC Batavia (Dordrecht: Foris Publications, 1986). back
Strange Company: Chinese Settlers, Mestizo Women, and the Dutch in VOC Batavia.
Leading brands touting their eco-friendliness are developed out of plastic that last forever and give off cancer producing poisonous gasses called VOC's (volatile organic compounds) as the sun hits the fabric.
These materials release toxins called VOC Volatile Organic Compounds into the air, which can remain for years after the application or installation.
The VOC was a multinational company that employed fortune seekers and soldiers from Western Europe, as well as soldiers from Africa.
What Hansen and his team, along with many others in the scientific community, discovered is that ground level ozone forming pollutants called VOC’s (Volatile Organic Compounds), along with the forming of low level ozone itself, and then methane, have an affect on atmospheric water vapor that causes dramatic changes in our climate.