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The volumes of air referred to are, of course, in all cases taken at atmospheric pressure.
At 19,000 feet the pressure of the atmosphere is one-half the atmospheric pressure at sea level.
AMERICA'S MUNITIONS 1917-1918BENEDICT CROWELL
His experiments to prove the atmospheric pressure are most interesting and conclusive.
A HISTORY OF SCIENCE, VOLUME 2(OF 5)HENRY SMITH WILLIAMS
A square little bald man, a tall gray-haired woman who fussed at her ears, troubled by the change in atmospheric pressure.
WEST OF THE SUNEDGAR PANGBORN
Very closely connected with atmospheric pressure, as shown us by the barometer, is the study of the direction of winds.
THE ROYAL OBSERVATORY GREENWICHE. WALTER (EDWARED WALTER) MAUNDER
The atmospheric pressure varies between a maximum in January and a minimum in July, the mean difference being about 0.29 in.
Atmospheric pressure would accordingly be of about two and a quarter, instead of fifteen terrestrial pounds per square inch.
A POPULAR HISTORY OF ASTRONOMY DURING THE NINETEENTH CENTURYAGNES M. (AGNES MARY) CLERKE
Air and vacuum brakes, worked by compressed air or by air at atmospheric pressure operating on a vacuum.
The chief agencies concerned in these three possibilities are heat, electricity, and atmospheric pressure.
CLIMATIC CHANGESELLSWORTH HUNTINGTON
The atmospheric pressure would be about 21 “atmospheres,” or more than 300 lb.
ARE THE PLANETS INHABITED?E. WALTER MAUNDER