Exhalation; volatile matter (esp. noxious vapor or smoke) ascending in a dense body; smoke; vapor; reek; as, the fumes of tobacco.
Solid material deposited by condensation of fumes; as, lead fume (a grayish powder chiefly lead sulphate).
To smoke; to throw off fumes, as in combustion or chemical action; to rise up, as vapor.
To pass off in fumes or vapors.
To expose to the action of fumes; to treat with vapors, smoke, etc.; as, to bleach straw by fuming it with sulphur; to fill with fumes, vapors, odors, etc., as a room.
To throw off in vapor, or as in the form of vapor.
A solid condensation particle of extremely small diameter, commonly generated from molten metal as metal fume. - Gram is a metric unit of weight. One U.S. ounce is about 28.4 grams.
solid particles under 1 micron in diameter, formed as vapors condense or as chemical reactions take place
A term used by health professionals to mean solid particles in air, usually much smaller than dust, and generaed by heating a solid material, eg., a welding rod.
a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas
emit a cloud of fine particles; "The chimney was fuming"
Airborne particulate formed by the evaporation of solid materials, e.g. metal fume emitted during welding. Usually less than one micron in diameter.
An airborne dispersion of minute particles caused by heating a solid.
an aerosol consisting of small solid particles produced by the condensation of vapors or gaseous combustion products. Usually, such particles are aggregates made up from large numbers of very small primary particles, with the individual units having dimensions of the order of a few nanometers (nm) and upwards although less than 1um.3
An aerosol of solid particles (dispersion of solid particles in gas) in which the particle sizes are less than 1 micrometre in diameter.
Solid particles suspended in air, generated by condensation from the gaseous state, generally after volatilization from molten metals, etc.
A solid condensation particle of extremely small size, generally less than one micrometer in diameter.
The French word for smoked.
The particulate, smoke-like emanation from the surface of heated metals. G H I Gram is a metric unit of weight. One U.S. ounce is about 28.4 grams.
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solid particles smaller than 1µm in a gaseous emission
A gas, smoke or vapor, often suffocating.
Tiny particles trapped in vapor in a gas stream.