vapor density


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vapor density

n.
The ratio of the mass of a given volume of one gas to the mass of an equal volume of another gas, typically hydrogen, at the same temperature and pressure.
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Noun1.vapor density - the density of a gas relative to the density of hydrogenvapor density - the density of a gas relative to the density of hydrogen
relative density - the ratio of the density of something to the density of a standard
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