Definition of Isochors

1. Noun. (plural of isochor) ¹



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Definition of Isochors

1. isochor [n] - See also: isochor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Isochors

isocetane
isochasm
isochasmic
isochasms
isocheim
isocheims
isochemical
isochime
isochimene
isochimenes
isochimes
isochor
isochore
isochores
isochoric
isochors (current term)
isochromane
isochromanequinone
isochromanequinone reductase
isochromanes
isochromatic
isochromatophil
isochromic anaemia
isochromosome
isochromosomes
isochron
isochronal
isochronally
isochrone
isochrones

Literary usage of Isochors

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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1889)
"These lines are called isochors. From very numerous data obtained by themselves for ether, and published in ' Phil. Trans.' 1886, p. ..."

2. Report by British Association for the Advancement of Science (1889)
"These lines are called isochors. From very numerous data obtained by ... Now the equation р—ЪТ — a represents the whole series of isochors for ether by ..."

3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1896)
"... it was found that at large volumes and just about the critical volume the isochors were straight, at any rate within the limits of experimental error, ..."

4. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1895)
"As in the case of isopentane (in about the same volume region) the isochors were found to be very slightly curved, the values of ..."

5. Science Abstracts by Institution of Electrical Engineers (1900)
"... and isochors for Dissociation Reactions. K. Ikeda. (Zeitschr. Phys. Chem. 33. pp. 287-294, May 2, 1900. ..."

6. Properties of Steam and Ammonia by George Alfred Goodenough (1917)
"The experimental points were not taken for this purpose but rather the points determined by the intersection of the successive isochors by lines of constant ..."

7. Report of the Annual Meeting (1889)
"These lines are called isochors. From very numerous data obtained by themselves for ether, and published in ' Phil. Trans.' 1886, p. ..."

8. Report by British Association for the Advancement of Science (1889)
"These lines are called isochors. From very numerous data obtained by ... Now the equation р—ЪТ — a represents the whole series of isochors for ether by ..."

9. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1896)
"... it was found that at large volumes and just about the critical volume the isochors were straight, at any rate within the limits of experimental error, ..."

10. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1895)
"As in the case of isopentane (in about the same volume region) the isochors were found to be very slightly curved, the values of ..."

11. Science Abstracts by Institution of Electrical Engineers (1900)
"... and isochors for Dissociation Reactions. K. Ikeda. (Zeitschr. Phys. Chem. 33. pp. 287-294, May 2, 1900. ..."

12. Properties of Steam and Ammonia by George Alfred Goodenough (1917)
"The experimental points were not taken for this purpose but rather the points determined by the intersection of the successive isochors by lines of constant ..."

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