The visible exhalation, vapor, or substance that escapes, or expelled, from a burning body, especially from burning vegetable matter, as wood, coal, peat, or the like.
That which resembles smoke; a vapor; a mist.
The act of smoking, esp. of smoking tobacco; as, to have a smoke.
To emit smoke; to throw off volatile matter in the form of vapor or exhalation; to reek.
To draw into the mouth the smoke of tobacco burning in a pipe or in the form of a cigar, cigarette, etc.; to habitually use tobacco in this manner.
To inhale and puff out the smoke of, as tobacco; to burn or use in smoking; as, to smoke a pipe or a cigar.
BS 6069 (Part 2) defines ?smoke? as particulate matter that is in the size range 0.001 ? 1 µm in diameter.
Particles suspended in air after incomplete combustion.
Is produced on stage by the vaporization of mineral oil. Smoke machines or â€œfoggersâ€ direct this non-toxic material on stage to create various mysterious effects.
A suspension in the air of small particles produced by combustion. A transition to haze may occur when smoke particles have traveled great distances (25 to 100 statute miles or more) and when the larger particles have settled out and the remaining particles have become widely scattered through the atmosphere.
Small gas borne particles of carbon or soot, less than 1 micron in size, resulting from incomplete combustion of carbonaceous materials and of sufficient number to be observable.
Particulate matter, 15µm, derived from the incomplete combustion of fuels
(1) An aerosol of particles usually but not necessarily solid, formed from combustion or sublimation. (2) Carbon or soot particles less than 0.1 micron in size which result from incomplete combustion of carbonaceous materials such as coal, oil and tobacco.
Airborne carbon particles mixed with sulfuric acid. Smoke is an irritant to the eyes and poisonous to houseplants if not removed from the home.
a cloud of fine particles suspended in a gas
a hot vapor containing fine particles of carbon being produced by combustion; "the fire produced a tower of black smoke that could be seen for miles"
tobacco leaves that have been made into a cylinder
the act of smoking tobacco or other substances; "he went outside for a smoke"; "smoking stinks"
emit a cloud of fine particles; "The chimney was fuming"
a colloid of finely divided particles suspended in a gas or liquid
a fascinating account of how the colony and ultimately state of Virginia owes it wealth to tobacco
an aerosol originating from combustion, thermal decomposition or thermal evaporation
Smoke consists of carbon or soot particles or tarry droplets less than 0.1 micrometer in size, and suspended in air, which results from the incomplete combustion of carbonaceous materials such as coal or oil.
1. To defeat a racing competitor. 2. The color of the vapor coming out of the vehicle's exhaust system.
A form of air pollution consisting primarily of particulate matter (ie particles released by combustion). Other components of smoke include gaseous air pollutants such as hydrocarbons, oxides of nitrogen, and carbon monoxide. Sources of smoke may include fossil fuel combustion, agricultural burning, and other combustion processes.
A suspension of small liquid or solid particles in air. Smoke may be used as a filling for ordnance such as bombs, projectiles, and grenades. As part of ordnance nomenclature, the term signifies that it is intended to produce smoke of the type(s) or color(s) indicated.
An air suspension (aerosol) of particles, originating from combustion or sublimination. Carbon or soot particles less than 0.1 u in size result from incomplete combustion of carbonaceous materials such as coal or oil. Smoke generally contains droplets as well as dry particles. Tobacco, for instance, produces a wet smoke composed of minute tarry droplets.
an aerosol of solid or liquid particles usually resulting from incomplete combustion, usually in the form of aggregated very small primary particles.3
A form of air pollution made up mostly of particulate matter. Other components of smoke include gaseous air pollutants such as hydrocarbons, oxides of nitrogen, and carbon monoxide.
Formed from burning organic matter. Contains a mixture of many gases, particulates, vapors and fumes.
A special kind of aerosol that results from a thermal process such as combustion or thermal decomposition; the aerosol may be of solid particles or of liquid droplets.
Small particles of carbon, tarry and water vapor resulting from the incomplete combustion of carbonaceous materials such as wood, coal or oil.
The products of combustion, pyrolysis or chemical reaction of substances in the form of visible and invisible solid and liquid particles and gaseous products in the air.
A combination of gases, carbon particles, and other products of incomplete combustion hindering respiration and obscuring visibility and access to the seat of a fire. Coping with smoke is one of the tasks for which firefighters require special training and experience.
A mixture of gasses and partially oxidized carbon particles suddenly and accidentally discharged affecting covered pmperty, excluding smoke generated by industrial operations or agricultural smudging.
The Master/Mistress will exhale cigarette smoke, often into the filter tube of a gas mask worn by the sub. Any game involving cigarette or cigar smoke
A disperse system of particles generally less than 5 micron in size. Smokes are of low vapor pressure and are formed by, for example, volatilisation and condensation, oxidation, photochemical action or electric and mechanical pulverisation.
An airborne particulate product of incomplete combustion suspended in gases, vapors, or solid and liquid aerosols.
Do to all the chemicals and preservatives added to commercial cigarettes, cigarette smoke is probably one of the world's most complex and debated mixtures. It has also been extensively studied with conflicting results depending on who is doing the research. According to British American Tobacco, tobacco, like any natural substance "contains thousands of different constituents (approximately 2,500 have been identified in tobacco). Approximately 4,000 constituents are formed when the tobacco burns, at varying temperatures with varying concentrations of oxygen. Many of these are found in very low concentrations". What is unsure to us is whether the testing was done before or after the commericial cigarette industry processed the tobacco plant with their many diverse chemicals. Native American Tobacco contains no added chemicals. Native American cigarettes are 100% all natural. And like anything that burns, Native American tobacco products, as do commerical cigarettes, contain carbon monoxide in their cigarette smoke.
is a bunch of tiny particles that are suspended in the air. Smoke can come in many different colors. Devises that emit smoke con as one of the follow forms; Canisters, Balls, or Genades.
An air suspension (aerosol) of particles, usually but not necessarily solid, often originating in a solid nucleus, formed from combustion or sublimation.
1. Foreign particulate matter in the atmosphere resulting from combustion processes; a type of lithometeor. When smoke is present, the disk of the sun at sunrise and sunset appears very red, and during the daytime has a reddish tinge. Smoke that has come a great distance from its source, such as from forest fires, usually has a light grayish or bluish color and is evenly distributed in the upper air. See smog, haze. 2. Applied to some types of fog. See sea smoke.
Small particles produced by combustion that are suspended in the air. A transition to haze may occur when the smoke particles have traveled great distance (25 to 100 miles or more), and when the larger particles have settled out. The remaining particles become widely scattered through the atmosphere. It is reported as "FU" in an observation and on the METAR.
A type of emission resulting from incomplete combustion and consisting predominantly of small gas borne particles of combustible material present in sufficient quantity to be observable independently of the presence of other solids in the gas stream.
An air suspension of aerosol particles which can be solid or liquid, formed from vaporization and condensation, such as welding smoke, oil smoke from machining, etc. Particles are less than 1 micron in diameter.
The gaseous products and small carbon particles resulting from incomplete combustion.