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Sigma KEE - FineParticulateMatter
FineParticulateMatter(PM2.5)

appearance as argument number 1
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(documentation FineParticulateMatter EnglishLanguage "FineParticles are ParticulateMatter with an approximateDiameter less than 2.5 Micrometers.") Geography.kif 7171-7172
(subclass FineParticulateMatter ParticulateMatter) Geography.kif 7177-7177 PM2.5 is a subclass of PM

appearance as argument number 2
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(termFormat ChineseLanguage FineParticulateMatter "细悬浮颗粒") Geography.kif 7183-7183
(termFormat EnglishLanguage FineParticulateMatter "PM2.5") Geography.kif 7181-7181
(termFormat EnglishLanguage FineParticulateMatter "fine particulate matter") Geography.kif 7179-7179

appearance as argument number 3
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(partition ParticulateMatter CoarseParticulateMatter FineParticulateMatter) Geography.kif 7121-7121 PM is exhaustively partitioned into PM10 and PM2.5

consequent
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(<=>
    (and
        (instance ?PM ParticulateMatter)
        (part ?P ?PM)
        (approximateDiameter ?P
            (MeasureFn ?S Micrometer))
        (greaterThanOrEqualTo ?S 2.5))
    (exists (?PM25)
        (and
            (instance ?PM25 FineParticulateMatter)
            (part ?PM25 ?PM))))
Geography.kif 7185-7195 An object is an instance of PM and a self connected object is a part of the object and the approximate diameter of the self connected object is a real number micrometer(s) and the real number is greater than or equal to 2.5 if and only if there exists the object25 such that the object25 is an instance of PM2.5 and the object25 is a part of the object


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