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impinge on or upon something

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impinge on or upon something or someone

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impinge or infringe upon

advance beyond the usual limit

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On January 15, 10 impingers were aligned on Frostproof Road (Figure 1).
A second set of impingers containing deionized water was operated and handled in the same manner except that the hexane rinse was not done.
Impingers are the current "gold standard," in part because the liquid collection medium tends to keep organisms viable and helps preserve samples for analysis.
Similarly, the more volatile components that did not condense on the sample mask were carried over to the impingers where they were extracted, collected, and characterized.
Investigators in the United States collected air samples via liquid impingers in a swine CAFO and analyzed the samples for viable isolates of antibiotic resistant bacteria (Chapin et al.
Prior to sampling, all impingers were dry-heat sterilized for one hour at 250[degrees]C.
5 L/min sample of the exhaust gas through impingers containing cold water (Fig.
It is possible that the all-glass impingers provided better collection of other organisms or less collection of Staphylococcus spp.
In these tests, impingers were used to sample, as was done in the experiments.
01 by bubbling a gas sample through water in chilled impingers and absorbing the HAPs into the water phase.
5 L/min using all-glass impingers (AGI-30; Ace Glass, Vineland, NJ) designed to collect respirable particles, including bioaerosols, with an aerodynamic diameter < 5 [micro]m.
Settling plates are suitable for locating point sources where larger particles are generated; centrifugal samplers provide an easy and rapid means for taking numerous samples of the gross airborne bioburden where size and temporal considerations are unimportant; and the low-shear-force liquid impingers are ideal for the recovery of stressed organisms and therefore provide the best recovery of the widest range of airborne microorganisms.
The MC of the gas from the veneer dryer was lower than that from the kiln, low enough that we did not accumulate water in the impingers during the NCASI 98.
Humidification of the control cell exposure chamber was achieved by passing medical-grade air from the gas cylinder through two midget impingers in series (Ace Glass, Vineland, NJ), containing 15 mL HPLC-grade water (Fisher Scientific, Fairlawn, NJ).