Definition of Subatmospheric

1. Adjective. Less than atmospheric (pressure) ¹



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Definition of Subatmospheric

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subatmospheric

subartesian
subarytenoid
subas
subash
subashes
subashi
subashis
subaspect
subaspects
subastral
subastringent
subatlantic
subatmosphere
subatmospheric (current term)
subatom
subatomic
subatomic particle
subatomic particles
subatomically
subatoms
subattribute
subattributes
subaudi
subaudible
subaudio
subaudite
subaudition
subauditions

Literary usage of Subatmospheric

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1. The Medical Clinics of North America by Michael C. Fiore, Stephen S. Entman, Charles B. Rush (1921)
"During inspiration a certain obstruction to the free ingress of air is encountered which produces a subatmospheric pressure in the tubes amounting to 0.5 ..."

2. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"When a burner embodies this principle, the subatmospheric pressure fa may be employed to draw air into the stream of gas. Should the quantity of gas change, ..."

3. Arsenic by Assembly Of Life Sciences, National Academies Press, Assembly of Life Sciences (U.S.), National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) (1977)
"... rate of evaporation from leaves that a reduced or subatmospheric pressure is built up not only within the xylem conduits, but within all living cells. ..."

4. Physiology and Biochemistry in Modern Medicine by John James Rickard Macleod (1922)
"... formed between the two layers of pleura and indicating that a certain subatmospheric or negative pressure must exist in the intact thorax. ..."

5. Gasoline and Other Motor Fuels by Carleton Ellis, Joseph V. Meigs (1921)
"... are passed through a series of receivers and condensers, the condensable constituents there being condensed (under slight subatmospheric pressure). ..."

6. Gasoline and Other Motor Fuels by Carleton Ellis, Joseph V. Meigs (1921)
"... are passed through a series of receivers and condensers, the condensable constituents there being condensed (under slight subatmospheric pressure). ..."

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