On a weather map, isobars are contour lines that connect different locations or points with the same constant pressure, while isotherms are also contour lines, which specify locations that are at the same constant temper... More »

Isobars are depicted on a weather map to show where the areas of equal or constant pressure are located. The closer isobars are to each other, the higher the winds will be in that same area. The farther apart the isobars... More »

Isotherm lines that are placed close together on a weather map represent a weather front. A weather front is a boundary between different densities of air in a given region. More »

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There are a number of differences between thermal and catalytic cracking, but the main ones are the variation in temperature and pressure used in the processes. Both processes are used in the refining of petroleum to bre... More »

Specific heat capacity is the amount of heat required to rise the temperature of 1 gram of a substance by 1 degree Celsius. Heat capacity is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a substance by 1 degree... More »

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According to the acid-base tutorial from Tulane University Department of Anesthesia, standard bicarbonate is the bicarbonate concentration under standard conditions of 40 mmHg pCO2, temperature of 37 degrees Celsius and ... More »

The lines connecting points of equal temperature on a weather map are called isotherms. Meteorologists use these lines to provide a wide-range view of temperatures across a region, country or continent. On some weather m... More »