Pascal's vases

plural noun

Definition of Pascal's vases

  1. :  a set of glass containers of various shapes that are used to demonstrate that gravity pressure at a given depth in a liquid is independent of the shape or size of the container

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Origin and Etymology of pascal's vases

after Blaise Pascal


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