Crossword clues for pcb
- Hudson River pollutant, initially
- Chemical contaminant, for short
- Banned pollutant, for short
- Toxic pollutant banned since the 1970s
- Toxic pollutant banned by the EPA
- Toxic environmental pollutant, for short
- Toxic chemical (Abbr.)
- Toxic chem
- Pollutant found in NCR paper
- Pollutant banned in the U.S. in 1979
- Pollutant banned by the EPA
- Outlawed toxic compound
- Hudson River pollutant
- Highly toxic pollutant, for short
- EPA-banned chemical
- Environmental acronym
- Chemical pollutant
- Chemical formerly used in carbonless copy paper manufacture
- Chem. source of the Hudson's River's Superfund site status
- Banned toxic pollutant, for short
- Banned toxic compound, for short
- Banned chem
- Toxic compound, for short
- Banned chemical compound
- Chem. pollutant banned in 1979
- Wildlife threat, briefly
- Chem. contaminant banned by the U.S. in 1979
- Outlawed pollutant, for short
- Toxic pollutant, for short
- Toxic chemical, for short
- Environmental pollutant, for short
- Banned organic compound, for short
- E.P.A.-proscribed compound, for short
- Chemical pollutant, for short
- A water pollutant
- Controversial chemical
- Banned chem. contaminant
- Banned pollutant, in brief
- Banned chemical pollutant, for short
- Chemical banned by the EPA in 1977
- Banned chem. pollutant
- Pollutant found in transformers
- Pollutant banned by Cong. in 1979
- Organic river pollutant, for short
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1966, from polychlorinated biphenyl.
PCB may refer to:
PCB is a free and open-source software suite for electronic design automation (EDA) - for printed circuit boards (PCB) layout. It uses GTK+ for its GUI widgets.
Usage examples of "pcb".
Maybe there was some really big, old shark that had been hanging out in the Harbor for decades, eating bottom fish, building up incredibly high levels of bioconcentrated PCBs.
The level of PCBs in these samples was no different from those taken anywhere else in the Harbor.
You heard from Christopher that I was hanging out on Spectacle Island, and you were afraid that I'd discover the old Basco transformers leaking PCBs there.
One of the things I said [at the banquet] was that the General Electric Company that loaded up the Hudson River with PCBs sure as hell wasn't the company that I worked for.
Computers need electrical transformers, some of which are made with PCBs that like to vaporize and ooze out of a computer's ventilation slots, causing miscarriages and other foul omens.