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  1. Isochore definition, for a given substance, a curve graphing temperature against pressure, when the volume of the substance is held constant. See more.
  2. A contour connecting points of equal true vertical thickness of strata, formations, reservoirs or other rock units. A map that displays isochores is an isochore map. The terms isopach and isopach map are incorrectly used interchangeably to describe isochores and isochore maps.
  3. isochor, isochore n a line on a graph showing the variation of the temperature of a fluid with its pressure, when the volume is kept constant (C from iso- + Greek khoros place, space) ♦ isochoric adj.
  4. In physics, when the pressure in a system changes but the volume is constant, you have what is called an isochoric process. An example of this would be a simple closed container, which can’t change its volume. An isochoric system features a constant volume as other quantities vary. In the first figure, someone has neglectfully [ ].
  5. The word is in the Wiktionary 2 short excerpts of Wiktionnary (A collaborative project to produce a free-content dictionary.) — English word — isochor n. Alternative spelling of isochore. — In German —. isochor Adj. Physik, Thermodynamik: konstantes Volumen habend.
  6. isochor (redirected from Isochoric) Also found in: Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia. isochor (ˈaɪsəʊˌk.
  7. Feb 04,  · An isochoric process is a thermodynamic process in which the volume remains constant. Since the volume is constant, the system does no work and W = 0. ("W" is the abbreviation for work.) This is perhaps the easiest of the thermodynamic variables to control since it can be obtained by placing the system in a sealed container which neither expands nor contracts.
  8. Apr 13,  · having the same volume· (physics, of a thermodynamic process) during which the volume does not change.

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