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atmospheric pressure

noun as in air pressure

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It also calculates atmospheric pressure, but I haven’t flown since pre-pandemic times, so I can’t say how much of a difference that makes.

Our solar system’s most inhospitable planet couldn’t be more different from our own, with crushing atmospheric pressure and lead-melting surface temperatures.

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It must have a suitable temperature, atmospheric pressure similar to Earth’s, and available water.

The location and design would also give residents indirect access to sunlight, protect them from meteorites if one were to strike nearby, and help minimize the difference in atmospheric pressure between the inside and outside of the buildings.

Since this internal water pressure is higher than the atmospheric pressure, any hole in the tree bark will allow sap to flow out of the tree rather than continuing to flow through the tree.

But hour after hour of breathy and uninterrupted coverage inevitably creates, shall we say, its own kind of atmospheric pressure.

In these whirlings great differences in atmospheric pressure are brought about in contiguous areas of sea.

When, with returning fair weather, the atmospheric pressure increases, the water can no longer bulge or drop out of the bulb.

The constants for gaseous elements represent the constants of the gases under atmospheric pressure.

KIon refers to the concentration of HO, with which oxygen under atmospheric pressure would be directly in equilibrium, at 18.

His flask is an apparatus contrived to illustrate atmospheric pressure and ensure a constant flow of liquid.


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