Cloud Point vs Pour Point Cloud point and pour point are important physical properties of any liquid fuel. Cloud point, as the name suggests is the temperature at which a cloud of wax crystals first appear in a liquid fuel when it is cooled under special testing conditions. The cloud point of any petroleum product […]

## Difference Between a 1.0 Molar Solution and a 1 Molal Solution

a 1.0 Molar Solution vs a 1 Molal Solution Long ago, it was hypothesized by Avogadro that there is a specific number that represents number of atoms or molecules of that substance in one mole of that substance. Thus one mole of each element contains equal number of atoms, irrespective of the atomic weight of […]

## Difference Between Bezier Curve and B-Spline Curve

Bezier Curve vs B-Spline Curve In numerical analysis in mathematics and in drawing computer graphics, many types of curves are taken help of. Bezier Curve and B-Spline Curve are two of the popular models for such analysis. There are many similarities in these two types of curves and experts call B-Spline curve to be a […]

## Difference Between Tsunami and Flood

Tsunami vs Flood Tsunami and Flood are hydrological disasters which can lead to environmental, human and financial losses. The loss greatly depends on the affected populations prevention methods and vulnerability. Great damage happens when one is not informed or was completely unaware of such condition. Tsunami Tsunami is a Japanes word, 津波, which is composed […]

## Difference Between Fourier Series and Fourier Transform

Fourier Series vs Fourier Transform Fourier series decomposes a periodic function into a sum of sines and cosines with different frequencies and amplitudes. Fourier series is a branch of Fourier analysis and it was introduced by Joseph Fourier. Fourier Transform is a mathematical operation that breaks a signal in to its constituent frequencies. The original […]

## Difference Between Hydrogen and Oxygen

Hydrogen vs Oxygen We are all aware of the importance of oxygen gas to all life forms, especially human beings. It is one gas that supports all life forms. There is another gas called hydrogen that is equally important for us. There are many differences between hydrogen and oxygen but the greatest benefit to us […]

## Difference Between DDA and Bresenham Algorithm

DDA vs Bresenham Algorithm DDA and Bresenham Algorithm are terms you would have come across when studying computer graphics. Before explaining the difference between these two term, let’s see what is DDA and what is Bresenham Algorithm. The invention of computer made things simple and one of them being solving of differential equations. Earlier it was done by […]

## Difference Between Coefficient and Constant

Coefficient vs Constant When two things co-vary, there are two possibilities. One is that the change in a thing is concomitant with the change in another. When the age of a kid increases, there is a simultaneous increase in his height. The older the child the taller he is. The second possibility is that two […]

## Difference Between Flash Flood and Riverine Flood

Flash Flood vs Riverine Flood Flash flood and riverine flood are very devastating catastrophe that Nature may inflict on us. Floods bring great damage to our homes and communities but the changes in the weather condition may not only be blamed, most often it is us humans who causes floods as we continue to cut […]

## Difference Between Virus and Prion

Virus vs Prion Infectious diseases are caused by pathogens such as viruses and bacteria, and. These pathogens are organisms made up of a large number of proteins. However, there has been a discovery of a pathogen that lies beyond our understanding of pathogens. These are called prions that are single proteins but have the capacity […]

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