Definition of Leachability

1. [n -TIES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leachability

lb
lbf.
lbs
lck
lcm
ldl cholesterol
le Carre
le Chatelier
le cell test
le sigh
lea
leach
leach tube
leachabilities
leachability (current term)
leachable
leachate
leachates
leached
leacher
leachers
leaches
leachier
leachiest
leaching
leachings
leachour
leachours
leachy

Literary usage of Leachability

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1. Approaches for the Remediation of Federal Facility Sites Contaminated with by Edwin Barth (1994)
"6.6.4.3 Toxic and Radionuclide leachability Leaching is the primary mechanism by which contaminants are released to the environment from material ..."

2. Review of International Technologies for Destruction of Recovered Chemical by National Research Council (U.S.) (2006)
"However, additional treatment to reduce leachability could be required. Dependent on leachability concerns, if any. Dependent on leachability concerns, ..."

3. Guide for Industrial Waste Managementby Birute Vanatta by Birute Vanatta (2000)
"These factors include pH, liquid to solid ratios, matrix effects and physical form of the waste, effects of non-hazardous salts on the leachability of ..."

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