Glossary I

The Environmental Glossary. Letter I +++ Popular Articles: 'International Labour Organization (ILO)', 'Information', 'Impact'
An I-V curve is a current/voltage curve, which expresses the possible combinations of current and voltage output of a photovoltaic device.

Indoor air quality (IAQ) refers to the quality of the air within and around building and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of the occupants. IAQ can be affected by various gases, particulates, microbial contaminants or any mass or energy stressor that may induce adverse health conditions.

The IAQ BACKGROUNDER11 is a component of the IAQ Tools for Schools6 Kit that provides a general introduction to IAQ issues, as well as IAQ program implementation information.

An IAQ Checklist is a component of the IAQ Tools for Schools Kit6 containing information and suggested easy-to-do activities for school staff to improve or maintain good indoor air quality.

An IAQ coordinator12 is an individual at the school and/or school district level who provides leadership and coordination of IAQ activities.

An IAQ Management PLAN is a component of the IAQ Tools for Schools Kit, specifically, a set of flexible and specific steps for preventing and resolving IAQ problems.

An IAQ Team is a goup of people who have a direct impact on IAQ in the schools (school staff, administrators, school board members, students and parents) and who implement the IAQ Action Packets.

An ICBM (Intercontinental Ballistic Missile) is a land-based or mobile rocket-propelled missile capable of

An Ignitable is capable of bursting into flames easily

Deutsch: Krankheit / Español: Enfermedad / Português: Doença / Français: Maladie / Italiano: Malattia
An illness (disease) is a particular abnormal, pathological condition that affects part or all of an organism. It is often construed as a medical condition associated with specific symptoms and signs.

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