How to use barometric pressure in a sentence
A gallon of liquid was the amount “whose volume was that occupied by 10 pounds of distilled water weighed in air at 62 degrees Fahrenheit and a barometric pressure of 30.”
With so many other things to worry about, I don’t know if we’ll all still be watching barometric pressure like it’s news.
But an increase of barometric pressure condenses the gases of the mine, and restrains them within their sequestered limits.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines | Andrew Ure
When smoke rises in a straight line from chimneys, is it an indication of a high or low barometric pressure?Physics | Willis Eugene Tower
The chart applies at a barometric pressure of 30 inches, and, except for great accuracy, no correction is generally necessary.Seasoning of Wood | Joseph B. Wagner
But the weight of a given volume of air varies both with the barometric pressure and also with temperature.
Merely an area of low barometric pressure—an area where the air has become lighter than the air of surrounding regions.A History of Science, Volume 3(of 5) | Henry Smith Williams
British Dictionary definitions for barometric pressure
atmospheric pressure as indicated by a barometer
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Scientific definitions for barometric pressure
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