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Isothermal

Isothermal I`so*ther"mal, a. [Cf. F. isotherme.] (a) Relating to equality of temperature. (b) (Phys. Geog.) Having reference to the geographical distribution of temperature, as exhibited by means of isotherms; as, an isothermal line; an isothermal chart. Isothermal line. (a) An isotherm. (b) A line drawn on a diagram of energy such that its ordinates represent the pressures of a substance corresponding to various volumes, while the absolute temperature is maintained at a constant value. Isothermal zones, spaces on opposite sides of the equator having the same mean temperature, and bounded by corresponding isothermal lines.

Isothermal I`so*ther"mal, a. [Cf. F. isotherme.] (a) Relating to equality of temperature. (b) (Phys. Geog.) Having reference to the geographical distribution of temperature, as exhibited by means of isotherms; as, an isothermal line; an isothermal chart. Isothermal line. (a) An isotherm. (b) A line drawn on a diagram of energy such that its ordinates represent the pressures of a substance corresponding to various volumes, while the absolute temperature is maintained at a constant value. Isothermal zones, spaces on opposite sides of the equator having the same mean temperature, and bounded by corresponding isothermal lines.

- can say that:- in isothermal T = constant ΔT = 0 dT = 0 in adiabatic q = 0 (no exchange of heat with the surrounding)=zero Isothermal processes can occur...

- in thermodynamics, a curve on a p-V diagram for an isothermal process Moisture sorption isotherm – a curve giving the functional relationship between...

- contact. In 1909, Herbert Freundlich gave an expression representing the isothermal variation of adsorption of a quantity of gas adsorbed by unit m**** of...

- Loop mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) is a single tube technique for the amplification of DNA. This may be of use in the ****ure as a low cost alternative...

- how the temperature varies during compression: constant-temperature (isothermal K T {\displaystyle K_{T}} ), constant-entropy (isentropic K S {\displaystyle...

- interferometry Isothermal microcalorimetry Surface plasmon resonance Pierce, Michael M.; Raman, C.S.; Nall, Barry T. (1999). "Isothermal Titration Calorimetry...

- depends strongly on whether the process is isentropic or isothermal. Accordingly, isothermal compressibility is defined: β T = − 1 V ( ∂ V ∂ p ) T {\displaystyle...

- different materials. To date, 15 different isotherm models have been developed. The first mathematical fit to an isotherm was published by Freundlich and Kuster...

- orientation to be isothermal.) Isothermal coordinates on surfaces were first introduced by Gauss. Korn and Lichtenstein proved that isothermal coordinates exist...

- graphically by a curve, the so-called moisture sorption isotherm. For each humidity value, a sorption isotherm indicates the corresponding water content value...

- in thermodynamics, a curve on a p-V diagram for an isothermal process Moisture sorption isotherm – a curve giving the functional relationship between...

- contact. In 1909, Herbert Freundlich gave an expression representing the isothermal variation of adsorption of a quantity of gas adsorbed by unit m**** of...

- Loop mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) is a single tube technique for the amplification of DNA. This may be of use in the ****ure as a low cost alternative...

- how the temperature varies during compression: constant-temperature (isothermal K T {\displaystyle K_{T}} ), constant-entropy (isentropic K S {\displaystyle...

- interferometry Isothermal microcalorimetry Surface plasmon resonance Pierce, Michael M.; Raman, C.S.; Nall, Barry T. (1999). "Isothermal Titration Calorimetry...

- depends strongly on whether the process is isentropic or isothermal. Accordingly, isothermal compressibility is defined: β T = − 1 V ( ∂ V ∂ p ) T {\displaystyle...

- different materials. To date, 15 different isotherm models have been developed. The first mathematical fit to an isotherm was published by Freundlich and Kuster...

- orientation to be isothermal.) Isothermal coordinates on surfaces were first introduced by Gauss. Korn and Lichtenstein proved that isothermal coordinates exist...

- graphically by a curve, the so-called moisture sorption isotherm. For each humidity value, a sorption isotherm indicates the corresponding water content value...

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