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Synonyms for air

Synonyms for air

the gaseous mixture enveloping the earth

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the celestial regions as seen from the earth

a natural movement or current of air

a general impression produced by a predominant quality or characteristic

behavior through which one reveals one's personality

artificial behavior adopted to impress others

a pleasing succession of musical tones forming a usually brief aesthetic unit

to expose to circulating air

to utter publicly

Synonyms for air

the region above the ground

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a distinctive but intangible quality surrounding a person or thing

the mass of air surrounding the Earth

once thought to be one of four elements composing the universe (Empedocles)

medium for radio and television broadcasting

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expose to fresh air

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expose to warm or heated air, so as to dry

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expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen

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Due to their design, such tubes sample end-exhaled air if the tube volume is less than the alveolar air volume.
To correct for dilution of alveolar air from dead volume air in the breath sample and to normalize the concentration of each analyte to correctly reflect the breath concentration, we measured the carbon dioxide concentration in each canister sample using a C[O.sub.2] monitor (Piton model SC-300; Piton Corp., Menomonee Falls, WI) equipped with an external infrared C[O.sub.2] sensor.
Two other studies found chloroform, a trihalomethane, in the blood, urine, and alveolar air of swimmers and attendants at indoor swimming pools (16,17).
Although the red blood cells are exposed to alveolar air only for a fraction of a second, gas exchange between alveoli and capillaries takes place very efficiently because there is an extremely large surface area between the blood and the air.
Second, the sample should preferably consist of alveolar air, i.e., expired breath involved in the blood gas interface deep in the alveoli with minimal contribution from the tracheal dead volume.
Portable units for analyzing the CO content of expired alveolar air offer a noninvasive measure.
First, the researchers observed enlargement in the alveolar air space of the rats' lungs.