perception of atmospheric conditions, as the perception of odors by the antennae of insects.
aeroscepsy: the faculty of observing atmospheric changes: supposed to be located in the antenna.
explanation of terms used in entomology john. b. smith
physical chemistry. a system of colloidal particles dispersed in a gas; smoke or fog. a liquid substance, as a disinfectant or deodorant, sealed in a metal container under pressure with an inert gas or other activating agent and released as a spray or foam through a push-b-tton valve or nozzle: an aerosol for cleaning ovens. […]
- Aerosol bomb
a metal receptacle, containing an inert gas under pressure, that sprays an insecticide, disinfectant, or the like when the gas is released by opening a valve.
- Aerosol generator
aerosol generator aerosol generator n. a device that produces aerosol suspensions, as for inhalation therapy.
to disperse or discharge as an . to contain or pack in form.
any lighter-than-air aircraft, as a balloon or dirigible. historical examples then the aerostat, as the great bag is called, was unrolled and spread evenly over this. ill-strated science for boys and girls anonymous aerostat′ics, that branch of physics which treats of the weight, pressure, and equilibrium of air and gases. the new gresham encyclopedia. vol. […]