aerosolisation love

Definitions

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  • noun The process by which a material, usually a solid or liquid, is dispersed into an aerosol form.

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Examples

  • Drones, aerosolisation devices, synthetic opiates, new biological agents and radiological weapons can be developed without fear of attribution.

    The Times of India

  • The technique is completely non-invasive, having no effect on the airflow or the aerosolisation performance of the inhaler and - if required - could be imperceptible to the user.

    The Engineer - News

  • The technique is completely non-invasive, having no effect on the airflow or the aerosolisation performance of the inhaler and - if required - could be imperceptible to the user.

    The Engineer - News

  • The technique is completely non-invasive, having no effect on the airflow or the aerosolisation performance of the inhaler and - if required - could be imperceptible to the user.

    The Engineer - News

  • The technique is completely non-invasive, having no effect on the airflow or the aerosolisation performance of the inhaler and - if required - could be imperceptible to the user.

    The Engineer - News

  • This observation suggests a potentially strain-related factor involved in transmissibility, perhaps an enhanced ability to survive aerosolisation and the physical stresses of being airborne.

    PLoS Medicine: New Articles

  • (Here's a great, gross norovirus fun fact for your inner 12-year-old boy: Transmission is predominantly faecal-oral but may be airborne due to aerosolisation of vomitusEwwww.

    Language Is a Virus

  • (Here's a great, gross norovirus fun fact for your inner 12-year-old boy: Transmission is predominantly faecal-oral but may be airborne due to aerosolisation of vomitusEwwww.

    Archive 2009-08-01

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