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stan·dard tem·per·a·ture

a temperature of 0°C or 273.15° absolute (Kelvin).

stan·dard tem·per·a·ture

(stan'dărd tem'pĕr-ă-chŭr)
A temperature of 0°C or 273.15° absolute (Kelvin).
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Isobutane ([C.sub.4][H.sub.10]): A branch-chain saturated (paraffinic) hydrocarbon extracted from both natural gas and refinery gas streams, which is gaseous at standard temperature and pressure.
(3) There is a relatively large difference between the actual temperature curve (the top and bottom temperature curves of the middle, door, and corner position in the container) and the standard temperature curve of ISO-834, which shows the importance and necessity of the study on the actual temperature curve and shows the science of the study on the performance-based fire design.
Multiple study findings have led to the recommendation that tympanic thermometers not be used routinely in pediatric or adult acute care due to poor agreement with reference standard temperature devices (Bridges & Thomas, 2009; Craig, Lancaster, Taylor, Williamson, & Smyth, 2002; Dew, 2010; Dodd, Lancaster, Craig, Smyth, & Williamson, 2006; Erickson & Meyer, 1994; Moran et al., 2007).
3, the structure of the coating after high-temperature hot-dip galvanizing is fundamentally different from the structure of the coating made at standard temperatures 450-460[degrees]C.
The resulting volumetric and mass flow data is fully compensated for changes in pressure and temperature and corrected for the user's standard temperature and pressure (STP).
This "standard temperature" has been defined as 273.16K exactly.
It also said the airline served the drink in an unreasonable manner and used "hot water at a temperature too hot for use in an aircraft." Mainz was unable to provide the standard temperature of the water on Southwest flights, but said it has never been an issue in the past.
Units are available with flat, smooth strips in standard temperature or low-temperature freezer formulas.
Candidates for the primary fellowship examination will not be able to reconcile Avogadro's Law (22.4 l for a mole of gas at standard temperature and pressure) with the currently defined standard pressure of 100 kPa.
However, room temperature is not a uniformly defined scientific term, unlike Standard Temperature and Pressure (STP), which also has several definitions.
Adam Wilson, 11, a Year Six student from Qurrayah, said: "The guide showed us how all the rides work but what I found most interesting was how they maintained a standard temperature. It increased my understanding and I found it all very fascinating."
MOONEY M20K--PUBLISHED [V.sub.NE] = 196 KTAS Pressure Standard Temperature KTAS [V.sub.NE] KCAS [v.sub.NE] Altitude (C) 0 15 196 196 2000 11 190 3000 9 188 4000 7 185 5000 5 182 6000 3 180 7000 1 177 8000 -1 174 9000 -3 172 10,000 -5 169 11,000 -7 167 12,000 -9 164 13,000 -11 161 14,000 -13 159 15,000 -15 156 16,000 -17 154 17,000 -19 151 CESSNA 172P--PUBLISHED [V.sub.NE] = 158 KTAS Pressure Standard Temperature KTAS [V.sub.NE] KCAS [V.sub.NE] Altitude (C) 0 15 158 158 2000 11 153 3000 9 151 4000 7 149 5000 5 147 6000 3 145 7000 1 143 8000 -1 140 9000 -3 138 10,000 -5 136 11,000 -7 134 12,000 -9 132 Pressure altitude, of course, can be determined by setting the altimeter to 29.92 inches and directly reading the indication.

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