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Since helium remains a liquid even at absolute zero at atmospheric pressure, it has only a boiling point, and not a melting point, in conventional presentations.
The pressure shown on a gauge would be the absolute pressure less atmospheric pressure, or 187. 1 psi.
On average, the gas molecules move from the cold side toward the hot side whenever the pressure ratio is less than the square root of the ( absolute ) temperature ratio.
where is the molar mass, is the pressure, is the universal gas constant, and is the absolute temperature.
This means that the density of an ideal gas can be doubled by doubling the pressure, or by halving the absolute temperature.
When a system, for example, n moles of a gas of volume V at pressure p and temperature T, is created or brought to its present state from absolute zero, energy must be supplied equal to its internal energy U plus pV, where pV is the work done in pushing against the ambient ( atmospheric ) pressure.
Hot water platten vacuum kilns use aluminum heating plates with the water circulating within as the heat source, and typically operate at significantly reduced absolute pressure.
* Gauge pressure is zero-referenced against ambient air pressure, so it is equal to absolute pressure minus atmospheric pressure.
Tire pressure and blood pressure are gauge pressures by convention, while atmospheric pressures, deep vacuum pressures, and altimeter pressures must be absolute.
Moderate vacuum pressures are often ambiguous, as they may represent absolute pressure or gauge pressure without a negative sign.
Thus a vacuum of 26 inHg gauge is equivalent to an absolute pressure of 30 inHg ( typical atmospheric pressure ) − 26 inHg = 4 inHg.
If the absolute pressure of a fluid stays constant, the gauge pressure of the same fluid will vary as atmospheric pressure changes.
An absolute pressure measurement is one that is referred to absolute vacuum.

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This, however, cannot be done by a community whose very experience of truth is confused and incoherent: it has no absolute standard, and consequently cannot distinguish the absolute from the contingent.
Truly, that Liberals should choose Louis 14, as a bogey-symbol of conservatism is grotesquely ironic, considering the Louis 14, character of their Grand Monarque, FDR: not only in his accretion of absolute power and personal deification, ( le roi gouverne par lui meme ), but in the disastrous effects of his spending and war policies.
What Sam Rayburn's life proves to us all is the magnificent lesson in political science that one can devotedly and with absolute dedication represent the seemingly provincial interests of one's own community, one's own district, one's own State, and by that help himself represent even better the sweep and scope of the problems of this the greatest nation of all time.
Whenever the Secretary of the Treasury, or the Comptroller General of the United States, as the case may be, shall find that any person is entitled to any such payment, after such payment shall have been received by such person, it shall be an absolute bar to recovery by any other person against the United States, its officers, agents, or employees with respect to such payment.
It is relatively easy to go a step further and reason that an attacker, in possession of such absolute power, would simultaneously destroy his opponent's cities and people.
The result of the observations is Af where the phase angle, Q, is measured in degrees from new moon and the probable errors include absolute as well as relative errors.
Often work of this sort is presented as calligraphy -- the pure utterance of the brush stroke seeking only absolute painteresque values.
It is a program of prepayment of health costs with absolute freedom of choice guaranteed.
It is worth mentioning that the Nepōhualtzintzin amounted to the rank from 10 to the 18 in floating point, which calculated stellar as well as infinitesimal amounts with absolute precision, meant that no round off was allowed, when translated into modern computer arithmetic.
In Australia, the right to make a plea in mitigation is absolute.
This does not mean that it is claimed that they are true in some absolute sense.
In mathematics, the absolute value ( or modulus ) of a real number is the numerical value of without regard to its sign.
So, for example, the absolute value of 3 is 3, and the absolute value of – 3 is also 3.
For example an absolute value is also defined for the complex numbers, the quaternions, ordered rings, fields and vector spaces.
The absolute value is closely related to the notions of magnitude, distance, and norm in various mathematical and physical contexts.
For any real number the absolute value or modulus of is denoted by ( a vertical bar on each side of the quantity ) and is defined as
The president is elected for a five year term by the people ( absolute majority with 2nd round if necessary ).
It is not an absolute perfection but a perfection in love.
Its chemical and physical properties are so similar to that of natural amethyst that it can not be differentiated with absolute certainty without advanced gemnological testing ( which is often cost-prohibitive ).

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Some jurisdictions hold this as an absolute right, and in its absence, a sentence may potentially be overturned, with the result that a new sentencing hearing must be held.
According to the relational interpretation of quantum mechanics, first proposed by Carlo Rovelli, observations such as those in the double-slit experiment result specifically from the interaction between the observer ( measuring device ) and the object being observed ( physically interacted with ), not any absolute property possessed by the object.
In Sikhism death is considered a natural process, an event that has absolute certainty and only happens as a direct result of God's Will or Hukam.
Whether the marketplace should be or is free is disputed ; many assert that government intervention is necessary to remedy market failure that is held to be an inevitable result of absolute adherence to free market principles.
By forging Mathieu as an absolute rationalist, analyzing every situation, and functioning entirely on reason, he removed any strands of authentic content from his character and as a result, Mathieu could " recognize no allegiance except to self " ( Sartre 1942: 13 ), though he realized that without " responsibility for my own existence, it would seem utterly absurd to go on existing " ( Sartre 1942: 14 ).
The result is that the world is better off in an absolute sense and no one is worse off.
As demonstrated by the Michelson-Morley null result, there is no absolute inertial frame of reference.
In 2011, MK issued a statement saying it " accused the Conservative / Liberal Democrat Coalition of treating Cornwall with absolute contempt " as a result of the Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill, which seeks to equalise the size of constituencies.
Soft 404s can occur as a result of configuration errors when using certain HTTP server software, for example with the Apache software, when an Error Document 404 ( specified in a. htaccess file ) is specified as an absolute path ( e. g. < nowiki > http :// example. com / error. html </ nowiki >) rather than a relative path (/ error. html ).
In the 1948 general election the party had its best result ever ( 48. 5 % and the absolute majority in the Italian Parliament.
Post-facto interoperability may be the result of the absolute market dominance of a particular product in contravention of any applicable standards, or if any effective standards were not present at the time of that product's introduction.
Although a situational pin is not an absolute pin and the pinned piece can still be moved according to the rules, moving out of line of attack can result in a bad situation or even immediate loss of the game.
As a result, currently the population vacuum in Europe is filled by immigrants, often from Islamic countries, who attempt to reestablish absolute values which stand at odds with moral relativism.
As a result, absolute humidity is generally defined in chemical engineering as mass of water vapor per unit mass of dry air, also known as the mass mixing ratio ( see below ), which is much more rigorous for heat and mass balance calculations.
Under the new absolute primogeniture system, it will be more possible for there to be a female heir apparent, a situation which would likely result in a first born daughter of a monarch to become " Princess of Wales " in her own right.
Theology was also affected by the change from absolute truth to relative truth in mathematics that was a result of this paradigm shift.
The PS went on to reach its best ever result with an absolute majority in the 1981 legislative election.
As a result of Richelieu's work, Louis XIII became one of the first examples of an absolute monarch.
As a result of the Swedish municipal elections, 2006 the Social Democrats currently hold 28 of 61 mandates, a decrease of three mandates which lost them the absolute majority, though they remain the largest party in Borlänge.
The same day, a determined bombardment once more reduced the Malakoff and its dependencies to impotence, and it was with absolute confidence in the result that Marshal Pélissier planned the final assault.
But if the absolute vorticity is divided by the vertical spacing between levels of constant entropy ( or potential temperature ), the result is a conserved quantity of adiabatic flow, termed potential vorticity ( PV ).
The low temperatures result in a very low absolute humidity, which means that dry skin and cracked lips are a continual problem for scientists and expeditioners working in the continent.
A 2011 study found that each 1 kg / m < sup > 2 </ sup > increase in childhood body-mass index ( BMI ) can be expected to result in a 6. 5 % higher absolute risk of early menarche ( before age 12 years ).

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