Standard Surface Pressure

Science / Weather / Standard Surface Pressure: The measurement of one atmosphere of pressure under standard conditions. It is equivalent to 1,013.25 millibars, 29.92 inches of mercury, 760 millimeters of mercury, 14.7 pounds per square inch, or 1.033 grams per square centimeter.

Other Words for Pressure

Pressure Noun Synonyms: force, compression, weight, power, strength
Pressure Adjective Synonyms: compression, pressing, squeezing, compressing, tension, stress, crushing
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Other Words for Standard

Standard Noun Synonyms: criterion, measure, benchmark, model, pattern, archetype, touchstone, yardstick, gauge, guide, guideline, paradigm, paragon, exemplar, example, sample, type, ideal, beau id‚al, rule, canon, law, requirement, precept, principle
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Other Words for Surface

Surface Adverb Synonyms: pave, concrete, tarmac
Surface Adjective Synonyms: exterior, covering, outside, top, skin, integument, facade, face, boundary, interface, superficies, side, plane
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Standard Error

Business / Finance / Standard Error: The square root of the variance. A measure of dispersion of a set of data from its mean. MORE

Standard Exchange

Life Style / Time Shares / Standard Exchange: A vacation exchange request made by telephone or mail for travel dates between 24 months and 45 days prior to the week of travel. MORE

Standard Hydrogen Electrode

Science / Chemistry / Standard Hydrogen Electrode: A platinum electrode that runs the half reaction 2 H+(aq, 1M) + 2 e- rightarrow H2(g, 1 atm), chosen as a reference for cell voltages. The electrode potential of the standard hydrogen electrode is def MORE

Standard Entropy Of Reaction

Science / Chemistry / Standard Entropy Of Reaction: A change in entropy associated with a reaction involving substances in their standard states. A superscript circle (°) distinguishes standard enthalpy changes from enthalpy changes which involve reac MORE

Standard Enthalpy Of Reaction

Science / Chemistry / Standard Enthalpy Of Reaction: A change in enthalpy associated with a reaction involving substances in their standard states. MORE

Standard English

Entertainment / Literature / Standard English: The more prestigious variety of English described in prescriptivist dictionaries and grammars, taught by instructors, and used for public affairs. Typically the standard version of a language has no r MORE

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