Common Sense Dictionary for First Responders by Frank L. Fire

By Frank L. Fire

This ebook is a word list of phrases beneficial to responders to emergency events. part I comprises phrases universal in concerns on the subject of dangerous fabrics, chemistry, the surroundings, firefighting, EMS, protecting garments, radioactivity, chemical struggle brokers, and different emergency issues. part II is a entire record of abbreviations and acronyms that relate to the subjects lined within the first section.

summary: This e-book is a word list of phrases necessary to responders to emergency occasions. part I contains phrases universal in concerns on the subject of harmful fabrics, chemistry, the surroundings, firefighting, EMS, protecting garments, radioactivity, chemical war brokers, and different emergency themes. part II is a complete record of abbreviations and acronyms that relate to the themes coated within the first part

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Common Sense Dictionary for First Responders

This e-book is a word list of phrases necessary to responders to emergency events. part I comprises phrases universal in issues in terms of dangerous fabrics, chemistry, the surroundings, firefighting, EMS, protecting garments, radioactivity, chemical battle brokers, and different emergency themes. part II is a accomplished record of abbreviations and acronyms that relate to the themes lined within the first part.

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The material that falls to the bottom of the boiler and is removed mechanically. A concentration of noncombustible materials, which may include toxics. botulinum toxin. Botulinum toxin is most often found in improperly prepared foods. Clostridium botulinum is highly toxic. Once infected, untreated victims may stand little chance of survival. Symptoms include drooping eyelids, dry mouth, dry throat, difficulty talking and swallowing, impaired vision, difficulty breathing, and death from asphyxia.

A person submitting a claim of trade secrecy to EPA in connection with a chemical otherwise required to be disclosed in a report or other filing made under Title III. clarification. Clearing action that occurs during wastewater treatment when solids settle out, often aided by centrifugal action and chemically induced coagulation in wastewater. clarifier. A tank in which solids settle to the bottom and are subsequently removed as sludge. class A fire. A fire involving class A materials, such as wood, plastics, cloth, paper, and paper products.

An organism that feeds on the sediment at the bottom of a water body such as an ocean, lake, or river. bentonite. A colloidal clay, expansible when moist, commonly used to provide a tight seal around a well casing. benzene ring. The six-sided, closed molecular structure with a carbon atom at each apex, typical of benzene and all its substituted compounds. benzine. Ligroin or petroleum sometimes benzene, C6H6. benzol. Benzene, C6H6. ether; berkelium. A solid, synthetic, radioactive, metallic element, symbol Bk, with atomic number 97, and atomic weight 247.

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