standard volume


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standard volume

[′stan·dərd ′väl·yəm]
(physics)
The volume of 1 mole of a gas at a pressure of 1 atmosphere and a temperature of 0°C. Also known as normal volume.
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There is a simple process to convert the measured mass of the combined NGL stream into the standard volumes of each individual component for this purpose.
This year's catalog features a special DV-III Ultra Offer, including the EZ-Lock spindle connection designed to streamline productivity; many CT3 Texture Fixtures and application notes; a new texture Web site -- www.texture-analysis.com -- packed with information for the texture marketplace; new Powder Flow Pro Software with control capability for both standard volume (263 cc) and small volume (43 cc) shear cells on the Brookfield PFT Powder Flow Tester; and a new UNO Ink System that provides in-line real-time viscosity control for the printing industry.
Cyberpower and National Security is a groundbreaking book because of its depth and breadth and should become a standard volume which many military leaders and strategists will want to read and refer to for years to come.
This volume is 25 decibels as compared to a standard 8 to 10 decibel standard volume.
In addition, distributed snapshot capability enables snapshots to be created from any host server and is compatible with any backup software using a standard volume shadow copy service (VSS) client.
Stork's standard volume ranges give you the versatility to hit solid density targets while fading off to the finest highlights.
Exhibit 2 indicates that the height of rectangle A is given by the difference between the actual and standard contribution margin per unit of service while the base of the rectangle is the standard volume. The area is given by
* Standard volume units of cubic feet, millions of cubic feet, gallons, cubic meters, or liters.
It should become the standard volume for anyone wishing to know about the institution of slavery among Jews from biblical times through to the Amoraic period (third to fifth centuries CE).
Standard volume units include cubic feet, millions of cubic feet, gallons, cubic meters or liters.
Precision and accuracy are important terms to distinguish when referring to pipetting steps, as precision refers to the closeness of a group of volumes to each other regardless of a standard, while accuracy describes the deviation among a group of volumes from that of a standard volume. The ARTEL MVS is the only system that produces traceable accuracy and precision measurements in one simple procedure.

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