isothermal

this is a way to conduct a process. Other ways are adiabatic or isobaric and so on. A process is said to be isothermal, if temperature is held constant during the process

isothermal

[adj] - of a process or change taking place at constant temperature
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Isothermal

Constant temperature. See also: Celsius Temperature Scale, Isobaric, Isothermal Transformation, Kelvin.
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isothermal

Having constant temperature.
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Isothermal

A type of gas chromatographic analysis wherein the column is maintained at a uniform temperature throughout the analysis. (See Programming)
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Isothermal

A process or area that is a constant temperature.
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Isothermal

I`so┬Ěther'mal adjective [ Confer French isotherme .] (a) Relating to equality of temperature. (b) (Physics Geology) Having reference to the geographical distribution of temperature, as exhibited by means of isotherms; as, an isothermal line; an isothermal ch...
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isothermal

Refers to a reaction or process that occurs at a constant temperature. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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isothermal

adjective of a process or change taking place at constant temperature
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Isothermal

• (a.) Having reference to the geographical distribution of temperature, as exhibited by means of isotherms; as, an isothermal line; an isothermal chart. • (a.) Relating to equality of temperature.
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isothermal

isothermal 1. Indicating equality or consistency of temperature. 2. A line connecting places on the earth`s surface having the same mean, or constant, temperature. 3. A curve or formula showing the relationship between two variables; such as, pressure and volume, when the temperature is held constant.
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isothermal

Type: Term Pronunciation: ī′sō-ther′măl Definitions: 1. Having the same temperature.
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Isothermal

Pertaining to changes or other phenomena occurring at a constant temperature.
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Isothermal

Having constant temperature.
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