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Spectrometer vs Spectrophotometer   Intensive scientific research in different fields sometimes requires identifying compounds in living organisms, minerals, and perhaps the composition of stars. The chemically sensitive nature, difficulty of pure extraction, and distance make it almost impossible to identify... 
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Rectangle vs Rhombus   Rhombus and rectangle are quadrilaterals. The geometry of these figures were known to man for thousands of years. The subject is explicitly treated in the book “Elements” written by Greek mathematician Euclid. Parallelogram Parallelogram can be defined as the geometric figure with four... 
Difference Between Parallelogram and Rectangle
Parallelogram vs Rectangle   Parallelogram and rectangle are quadrilaterals. The geometry of these figures were known to man for thousands of years. The subject is explicitly treated in the book “Elements” written by Greek mathematician Euclid. Parallelogram Parallelogram can be defined as the geometric figure... 
Difference Between Parallelogram and Rhombus
Parallelogram vs Rhombus   Parallelogram and rhombus are quadrilaterals. The geometry of these figures were known to man for thousands of years. The subject is explicitly treated in the book “Elements” written by Greek mathematician Euclid. Parallelogram Parallelogram can be defined as the geometric figure... 
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Median vs Average (Mean)   Median and mean are measures of central tendency in descriptive statistics. Often Arithmetic mean is considered as the average of a set of observations. Therefore, here mean is considered as the average. However, average is not the arithmetic mean at all the times. Average The arithmetic... 
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MP4 vs MKV,  M4V vs MP4, M4V vs MKV   MP4, M4V, and MKV are popular video file formats used in computers. MP4 and M4V are similar while MKV is completely different in structure. Conceptually they share the same principles at the elementary levels. MP4 MP4 is a file container format developed by the Moving Pictures... 
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MPEG vs MP4 vs AVI   MP4, MPEG, and AVI are digital video file container formats used in computers. The MP4 and MPEG are standards developed by the ISO and AVI was developed by Microsoft for the Windows Operating system based on Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF). MPEG and AVI are relatively older file... 
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MPEG2 vs MPEG4   MPEG stands for the Moving Pictures Experts Group, an organization cooperating with International Standards Organization (ISO) for developing new standards for digital audio and video. Its first standard MPEG-1 was released in 5 parts during the period from 1993 to 1999. This standard led... 
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MP3 vs WAV   MP3 and WAV are two types of media file formats used in computers, and both are popular in PC`s. MP3 specially has been adopted by the community for transferring music over the internet. MP3 MP3 was one of the first portable audio file formats, which was introduced in the MPEG-1 standard of the... 
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MP3 vs FLAC   MP3 and FLAC are audio file formats used in computers. Both are portable file formats and uses data compression to reduce the size by a significant factor compared to the original audio files. MP3 is the widely used file format of the two due to the smaller file size, but FLAC is increasingly... 
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MPEG4 vs H264 vs H263   MPEG-4 is a digital media compression standard developed by the Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG) in cooperation with International Standards Organization (ISO). H.263 is a codec specified by the Video Coding Experts Group (VCEG) as a member of H.26x family. H.264 is a part of the MPEG-4... 
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Megabyte vs Megabit   Megabit and Megabyte are two units used to measure the amount of information in computer systems and network systems. Megabit Bit is the basic measure of the information used in the computing and telecommunication technology. It is an abbreviation for the Binary Digit. A bit can assume... 
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Virus vs Worm   Computer virus and computer worm are two types of malware. These programs are sometimes designed for simply amusement while some are designed to create harmful effects. Computer Virus Computer viruses are malicious software, often executable files that have the ability to replicate and transfer... 
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MP4 vs WAV   MP4 and WAV are two file types used in computers, to store media files. They are developed in the 1990`s and early 2000`s, but still remains popular media file formats. MP4 is used for both audio and video while WAV can only be used for audio. MP4 MP4 is a file container format developed by the... 
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MOV vs MP4   MP4 and MOV are two file formats that can be used to store digital audio and video streams. Specifically they are known as file containers. MP4 was a development based on the MOV format, and they share many similarities in the structure and quality. MOV (QTFF) Quick time file format (QTFF) is a file... 
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PNG vs JPEG   PNG and JPEG are two image formats used in computer graphics. JPEG is majorly used for photographic images while PNG is used for images such as logos. They use different methods for storing the image data; therefore carry inherent advantages and disadvantages in file size, image quality and transferability. JPEG JPEG... 
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