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critical volume

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(General Physics) the volume occupied by one mole or unit mass of a substance in its critical state
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Critical volumes such as this generally include at least one critical reassessment of an author's work.
It remains a volume business and critical volumes are required to justify such an investment.
the series titled "A History of Persian Literature" comprises 18 critical volumes plus two anthologies.
0x20 A joint review of the project together with the mining companies indicates that mine construction schedules and diverging needs for each specific individual project will make it difficult to obtain the critical volumes of iron ore necessary to support the building of new rail and terminal infrastructure by CN.
When Japan was hit by a strong earthquake and tsunami in March 2011, Qatargas successfully demonstrated its reliability and flexibility to supply several Japanese utility companies with large and critical volumes of LNG to compensate for the shut down of their nuclear power plants.
Five critical volumes solely on His Dark Materials were previously published in addition to pieces published in more broadly-focused works.
Water emissions are assessed through a critical volumes approach, which considers both the total amount of emissions to water, as well as the environmental toxicity of the chemicals being emitted.
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