vacuum

Vacuum vs Cryotrap - What's the difference?

vacuum | cryotrap |


As nouns the difference between vacuum and cryotrap

is that vacuum is (rare|chiefly|netherlands) while cryotrap is (chemistry) a device used to remove certain materials from a vacuum system by condensation on a cold surface.

Vacuum vs Bakeout - What's the difference?

vacuum | bakeout |


As nouns the difference between vacuum and bakeout

is that vacuum is (rare|chiefly|netherlands) while bakeout is the act of undertaking this process.

As a verb bakeout is

to heat a material in a vacuum in order to drive off volatile components.

Vacuum vs Airgap - What's the difference?

vacuum | airgap |


As nouns the difference between vacuum and airgap

is that vacuum is (rare|chiefly|netherlands) while airgap is a gap where there is a vacuum (not actually air), used to reduce power consumption in microelectronics.

Vacuum vs Vacuumlike - What's the difference?

vacuum | vacuumlike |


As a noun vacuum

is (rare|chiefly|netherlands).

As an adjective vacuumlike is

resembling or characteristic of a vacuum (empty space).

Vacuum vs Nonvacuum - What's the difference?

vacuum | nonvacuum |


As nouns the difference between vacuum and nonvacuum

is that vacuum is (rare|chiefly|netherlands) while nonvacuum is absence of vacuum.

Vacuum vs Ultravacuum - What's the difference?

vacuum | ultravacuum |


As nouns the difference between vacuum and ultravacuum

is that vacuum is (rare|chiefly|netherlands) while ultravacuum is a near-perfect vacuum; ie an almost or fully complete absence of matter, especially a gas at very low pressure.

Viod vs Vacuum - What's the difference?

viod | vacuum |

Vacancy vs Vacuum - What's the difference?

vacancy | vacuum |


As nouns the difference between vacancy and vacuum

is that vacancy is an unoccupied position or job while vacuum is a region of space that contains no matter.

As a verb vacuum is

to clean (something) with a vacuum cleaner.

Vacuum vs Mobile - What's the difference?

vacuum | mobile |


As nouns the difference between vacuum and mobile

is that vacuum is a region of space that contains no matter while mobile is a sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other ().

As a verb vacuum

is to clean (something) with a vacuum cleaner.

As an adjective mobile is

capable of being moved.

Sweeper vs Vacuum - What's the difference?

sweeper | vacuum |


As nouns the difference between sweeper and vacuum

is that sweeper is one who sweeps floors or chimneys while vacuum is a region of space that contains no matter.

As a verb vacuum is

to clean (something) with a vacuum cleaner.

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