Definitions

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  • adj. Capable of leaching.

Etymologies

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leach +‎ -able

Examples

  • Table showing concentrations of leachable constituents in ashfall from historic eruptions (all concentrations in mg/kg).

    volcanic ash hazards and ways to minimize them

  • Smith and others (1982 and 1983) present data on leachable matter in ashfall for a range of volcanic systems: basaltic

    volcanic ash hazards and ways to minimize them

  • Never store or cook any food or drink—especially acidic ones—in crystal, china, or other ceramicware that contains leachable lead.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • FDA limits on leachable lead in ceramicware went into effect in 1980.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Pregnant women and infants should never drink from leaded crystal or eat from china or other ceramicware that contains leachable lead.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Once you have determined that some of your wares do contain leachable lead, you must decide what to do about it.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Apparently, there are 530 million metric tonnes of leachable ore with an average content of 0.39 per cent copper.

    Chapter 6

  • Most ammonium type fertilizers will be completely changed to leachable nitrate in a week in warm soils.

    Chapter 9

  • · The vegetation, especially if it consists largely of trees and other deep-rooted species, recycles leachable nutrients like nitrogen and sulfur that may be carried into the soil by rainfall during the cropping and fallow periods.

    Chapter 8

  • Bear Creek announces updated Santa Ana leachable silver resource;

    WN.com - Business News

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