Products of Incomplete Combustion PICs

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Products of Incomplete Combustion PICs?

Organic compounds formed by combustion. Usually generated in small amounts and sometimes toxic, PICs are heat-altered versions of the original material fed into the incinerator (e.g. charcoal is a P.I.C. from burning wood).

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