temperature change

  1. a process whereby the degree of hotness of a body (or medium) changes
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How To Use temperature change In A Sentence

  • In oil wells, the fiber is wrapped in a metal sheath, which deforms under pressure or temperature changes and squeezes the gratings.
  • Although the displacement rate of the upper treeline is a good reflection of long-term climatic fluctuations (Table 14.8), reconstruction of actual temperature changes is complicated because of the response lag caused by the slow growth of seedlings and the lack of seeds on remote sites. Climate change and forest distribution in the Arctic
  • Porosity and elasticity of the support — the composition of the clay, glass, or metal used in enameling — was an important consideration in choosing the coloring materials for ceramic bodies, as they too reacted to temperature changes during firing. The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • During the examination, the clinician should palpate the skin for temperature changes.
  • By spending less than 1 – 2 minutes to give yourself a whole-body scrub from head to toe, you can boost the skin's resistance to outside temperature change.
  • If the layers are characterized by the rate at which temperature changes with height, then the atmosphere is split into four layers: the troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, and thermosphere.
  • If one stands in the shoes of the people doing reconstructions with changing temperature series, they should either be, at least, somewhat concerned that these results indicate that the reconstructions were overfit or, if not, they must be very concerned about the legitimacy of the temperature changes and be publicizing that point. More Unreplicable Claims by the Team « Climate Audit
  • Previous research has shown that a sudden extreme temperature change ionizes reagents and elevates electrons into excited energy states, producing an electromagnetic pulse.
  • Data from the Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) can show the minute temperature changes created as the cosmic microwave background radiation moves through gases in galaxy clusters.
  • Homeothermy or Homoiothermy Temperature regulation in tachymetabolic species in which core temperatures remain roughly steady despite ambient temperature changes.
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