Ambient temperature


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ambient temperature

[′am·bē·ənt ′tem·prə·chər]
(physics)
The temperature of the surrounding medium, such as gas or liquid, which comes into contact with the apparatus.

Ambient temperature

The temperature of the surrounding air or other medium.

ambient temperature

The temperature of the surrounding air.
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As ambient temperature increased, differences in temperature among cover types were greater, with temperature differences from 1.
The highest titratable acidity (as citric acid) (shown in Table 3) of tomato fruits was observed at the pink stage of ambient temperature ripening for Ibadan local variety, and at the pink and light-red stages of ambient temperature ripening for Roma type.
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However, surprisingly for the research team, when the ambient temperature reached 34 degree C, the bees began preferring a cooler feeder," Dr Dyer said.
Better smart transmitters include a built-in temperature sensor to measure ambient temperature--during operation in the field, observed ambient temperature variations can be automatically compensated in the microprocessor.
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When doing these tests, the sand should be prepared at the high side of the sand temperature specifications, or used at the warmest ambient temperatures if sand heaters aren't used.
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Office workers accept an ambient temperature range of between 21 deg C and 25 deg C, against the air-conditioned absolutes of before.
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