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Synonyms for sparge

the act of sprinkling or splashing water

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agitate by introducing air or compressed gas

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scatter with liquid

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API also contracted Geraghty & Miller to develop five complementary technical bulletins Natural Attenuation Processes, Risk-Based Decision Making, Optimization of Hydrocarbon Recovery, In Situ Air Sparging, and Operation and Maintenance Considerations for Hydrocarbon Remediation Systems.
In situ air sparging (IAS) is a remediation technology primarily applied for the removal of volatile or biodegradable organic contaminants from soils and groundwater.
The report provides detailed analysis of the food-grade industrial gases market, which is segmented on the basis of types into carbon dioxide, nitrogen, oxygen, and others (hydrogen and argon) which are applicable for freezing & chilling, packaging, carbonation & blanketing, purging, and sparging & hydrogenation.
Such dry-air sparging prevents moisture accumulation within the tank due to atmospheric humidity.
Some products currently integrating porous metal include various implantable devices, filters to prevent plugging of catheters, drug delivery devices, medical instrumentation, various test filters, bacteria filters, sparging devices for cell culture processing, and gas flow restrictor devices for gas delivery in life-critical systems.
This tank has been extensively characterized for thickness distribution under direct current plating conditions and compared with commercial plating cell geometries that utilize both eductor flow and/or air sparging agitation.
In the light of polymer materials, there are two ways of minimizing bubble formation: degassing and sparging of a resin before processing (7).
Air sparging systems and soil vapor extractors are also visible indicators of underground contamination.
Rather than sparging the grain, perhaps they just push a giant cafetiere plunger down on the lauter tun.
The volatile reduction products (arsenic, methyl arsine, and dimethylarsine) were removed by sparging with helium.
Applications for porous metal range from filtration of gases and liquids, to flow control, diffusion, sparging, fluidizing, venting, web transport and wicking.
Oxygen removal can be accomplished by means of chemical oxygen scavengers, vacuum deaeration, or sparging with an inert gas.
The dosing solution for each lysimeter was then transferred to a polypropylene carboy with a 3-port lid for sparging with 1 ppmv S[F.