Translation of soot in Spanish:

soot

hollín, n.

Pronunciation /sʊt//sʊt/

noun

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    hollín masculine
    covered in soot cubierto de hollín
    • Most candles contain paraffin, a petroleum-based wax that produces black soot when burned.
    • What impact, if any, does soot and black carbon from fires have on the glaciers of Kilimanjaro?
    • The petroleum soot is not formed by solid-phase charring of fuel but is produced by recombination and coagulation of aromatic molecules in the gas phase.
    • Besides diamonds, other forms of carbon found in nature include charcoal, coal, and soot.
    • Very low particulate, soot, and volatile organic emissions are released when it is burned.
    • The ring had black soot on it, but one thing was clear, and that was a glistening amethyst crystal in the center.
    • None of these vessels was apparently used over fire, as they lack soot marks and charred organic remains.
    • The major pollutant in the area is particulates - tiny particles of dust or soot which get lodged in people's lungs and can damage health.
    • The gas supply to my apartment block has been cut off, and the tap water is black with soot and dirt, but otherwise everything is normal.
    • But equipment operators still face the problems of determining what is behind the layer of black char and soot on the stem.
    • It is caused by tiny airborne particles of soot, ash and sulphur dioxide reflecting back the heat of the sun.
    • Black was carbon, obtained from soot or charcoal, which had to be mixed with size to make it compatible with the fresco technique.
    • Particulate matter, or soot, is produced by coal-fired power plants and diesel engines.
    • We were constantly faced with black soot falling on the grass, on our houses.
    • If the wine smelt of soot, hot tarmac or burnt rubber, you knew it was a South African.
    • Diesel particulate matter consists of soot mixed with anything from volatile organic compounds to sulphur and nitrous oxides.
    • It is made from pollution and particles from cars, industry, and ash and soot from the burning of forests and from the wood used for cooking.
    • Their hairs are a bit singed and their faces are black from soot.
    • The residue of soot and ashes left from the fireplace is apparent on the surface.
    • Because it is a lot cheaper to reduce soot emissions than to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.