Atmospheric pressure is around us all of the time. The air you are breathing has weight, and although it doesn't weigh a lot, there is a lot of it around. This lesson.
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A unit of pressure: the pressure that will support a column of mercury 760 mm high at sea level and 0 degrees centigrade.
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A pressure at which standardized measurements may be made, equal to 105 pascals or 1 atmosphere. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English.
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Atmospheric pressure definition: Atmospheric pressure is the pressure of the atmosphere on the Earth's surface. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and.
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Medical definition of atmospheric pressure: the pressure exerted in every direction at any given point by the weight of the atmosphere.
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