Gassing [noun]

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I thought she'd do; she seemed a gossipy woman, kept on knitting and gassing over a stove in the hall.

He's setting there now, gassing with a lot of the players, telling funny stories and the like.

And we have been sitting here, gassing, whilst— He broke off abruptly.

You can't get out of it, after gassing so much about the place.

Time someone thought about it instead of gassing about the what was it the pensive bosom of the silver effulgence.

The balance of the current decomposes the water of the electrolyte into hydrogen and oxygen, causing gassing.

When a battery is overcharged, the long continued gassing has the same effect as described in the preceding paragraph.

Excessive gassing in a cell which contains no impurities may also cause the electrolyte to have a milky appearance.

With constant potential charging, as with constant current charging, the two things to watch are temperature and gassing.

If this is not done, excessive gassing will occur, resulting in active material being blown from the grids.