absolute vacuum

absolute vacuum

[′ab·sə‚lüt ′vak·yüm]
(physics)
A void completely empty of matter. Also known as perfect vacuum.
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There must be absolute vacuum there - the amount of residual gas molecules must be 100,000 billion times less than in the surrounding air," said Alexander Krasnov.
There is no such thing as absolute vacuum and there are a number of deputies who intentionally disrupt the election of a new president," Gemayel said, adding that the one-week period was too long and asked Berri to hold another Parliament session soon.
There is no such thing as absolute vacuum and there are a number of deputies who intentionally disrupt the election of a new president," Gemayel noted, considering the one-week period as too long, asking Berri to schedule a sooner Parliament session.
In spacecraft applications, silicone oligomers will outgas from the pores of the bulk material under the absolute vacuum of space, migrating along internal thermal gradients created by the spacecraft rotation into and away from the sun.
It's an absolute vacuum and I felt like I was banging my head against a wall all the time and I just simply could not fathom it.
Well, sound waves do not travel in vacuum and there was an absolute vacuum back then.
Indeed, our world is ever more dangerous when potentially the most powerful individuals in the world address a serious global challenge with a disappointing combination of political dishonesty, lack of intellectual rigor, and an almost absolute vacuum in their analysis.
The absolute vacuum under-pressure usually was 50000 Pa (0,5 bar abs) and it was not possible to increase it because of the vacuum pump limit.
Plus, a removable steel micro-strainer basket, in the final stage of the four-stage filtration system, provides absolute vacuum protection.
Unit uses a high resolution differential vacuum transducer, in addition to an absolute vacuum transducer.
Mr Collins has calculated that the horses - eight shire horses and eight Percherons - will have to generate a force of more than five tonnes to separate the two metal hemispheres if an absolute vacuum is achieved.