critical volume


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critical volume

n
(General Physics) the volume occupied by one mole or unit mass of a substance in its critical state
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Diesel is added to the consignment to ensure critical volume and optimize shipping costs.
The critical size, in turn, is used to determine the critical volume of the explosive device.
With the average upper airway volume of the normal group a critical volume was determined to suggest a narrow upper airway.
The critical pH of gastric contents responsible for pulmonary damage is 2.5 and critical volume 25 mL in adult patients (0.4 mL/kg).
Naushad noted that all auto producing countries - India, China, Malaysia and Indonesia - encourage localization till they reach the critical volume of 500,000 cars yearly.
At this point the patient will either become better if no or minimal plasma leak occurs, or worse if a critical volume of plasma is lost.
In addition, the concentration of pigment used in the structure is less than the critical volume concentration of the pigment due to the presence of nanopores in the structure.
While at this stage no single critical volume can be transformative of how Heaney's work is read and considered for years to come, in its exploration of the poet's regionalism Russell's astute, readable, and insightful book provides an important, clarifying vantage from which to view Seamus Heaney's remarkable achievement.
Consolidate high-acuity procedures to reach the critical volume that is necessary for an efficient supply chain, specialized nursing care and standardized anesthetic management.
While a portion of this decision will be driven by cost considerations, an equally important factor is maintaining the critical volume needed to ensure an adequate knowledge base of the testing.
This indicates that x = [r.sub.c]/[r.sub.+] is fixed; however the critical effective temperature, critical volume, and critical pressure are dependent on the value of [r.sub.c].
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