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Synonyms for particulate matterpar·tic·u·late mat·ter

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. particulate, particulate matternoun

    a small discrete mass of solid or liquid matter that remains individually dispersed in gas or liquid emissions (usually considered to be an atmospheric pollutant)

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    particulate

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  1. Mary Njenga:

    The temperatures inside the boilers of tea factories are so high, they are able to more fully burn the particulate matter and the carbon dioxide so that little is released.

  2. Francesca Dominici:

    Fine particulate matter air pollution can be an additional vehicle for spreading the virus even faster.

  3. David Reichmuth:

    When you think about particulate matter, you might first think about dust, but we're talking about particles that are much smaller, it gets deep into your lungs and bloodstream. It literally shortens people's lives.

  4. Albert Rizzo:

    The particulate matter is what leads the airways to be a very fertile ground for uninvited infection like the Covid virus to get into our airway, the immune system is only geared up to try to fight the effects of a particulate matter and now it has a virus that it has to trigger against as well.

  5. Sajal Gupta:

    Couples suffering from infertility need to exercise caution especially if they are residing in areas with high ambient particulate matter, relocating to areas with low contamination of particulate matter is an alternative to prevent adverse impact on fertility.

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