concentration effect


concentration effect
koncentracijos ribinė vertė statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Kenksmingosios cheminės medžiagos koncentracijos žmonių darbo ar gyvenamojoje aplinkoje rodiklis, kurį viršijus cheminės medžiagos poveikis žmonių sveikatai yra žalingas. atitikmenys: angl. concentration effect; critical concentration; critical level; critical load vok. Konzentrationseffekt, m; kritische Belastung, f; kritische Konzentration, f; kritischer Eintrag, m rus. концентрационный эффект, m; критическая концентрация, f; критическая нагрузка, f; критический уровень

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