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Low vs High Pressure Systems   In the meteorological reports, in the news, the word pressure system is a common term and often indicates something is out of place. It is a major factor influencing the local weather. In general, a pressure system is a region of the Earth’s atmosphere where air pressure... 
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HID vs Xenon   HID stands for High Intensity Discharge which are arc lamps. They are popular light sources and have widespread usage in applications where high illuminance over an area is needed. Xenon is an inert gas used in the tube of HID; hence called Xenon Lamps or Xenon arc lamps. More about HID  The... 
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Lux vs Lumen   Lumen and Lux are two photometric units in the SI system of units. They are closely related to each other and, in simple language, measure how bright a light source appears in two different contexts. These measurements are important in light sources and other cases where the intensity of the... 
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Categorical Data vs Numerical Data   Data are the facts or information collected for the purpose of reference or analysis. Often these data are collected as an attribute of the concerned subject. This attribute can vary from one to another hence this varying attribute can be considered as a variable. The... 
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Laser vs Light   Light is a form of electromagnetic waves visible to human eyes, hence often referred to as visible light. The visible light region is positioned in between the Infrared and the Ultraviolet regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Visible light has a wavelength between 380nm and 740nm. In... 
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Leeward vs Windward   Windward and leeward are two terms used to give the position or orientation relative to the direction of the wind and one’s own position or another reference. Windward means on the side of something from which the wind is blowing. Leeward means the side opposite to which the wind is... 
Difference Between Redshift and Blueshift
Redshift vs Blueshift   Doppler Effect is the phenomenon of change in the frequency of a wave due to relative motion of the wave source and the observer. This is easily observed in a highway where the siren of moving police vehicles or ambulances tend to get high pitched when they are getting closer and closer... 
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Aspirin vs Ibuprofen   Aspirin and ibuprofen are both non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. They are both frequently used to relieve pain by reducing hormones which regulate pain related responses. Aspirin belongs to salicylate group of drugs while ibuprofen is not. Both have very similar characteristics,... 
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Lidocaine vs Lignocaine   Lidocaine and lignocaine is actually the same medicine referred to in two different names. It is a popular local anesthetic drug. Lidocaine is used to numb a part of the body when necessary. It is frequently used in dental surgery, treating mouth sores, and getting stitches. Known... 
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LMWH vs Heparin   LMWH and Heparin are both anticoagulants. Coagulation means forming blood clots to prevent blood loss due to excessive bleeding. When coagulation occurs in undesired situations and places inside our bodies (thrombosis) it is very dangerous because it can alter or reduce blood supply to organs... 
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Low GI vs High GI   Glycemic Index abbreviated as GI is an index which shows the rate of blood sugar level rising after consuming a particular meal. The standard used is pure glucose, and it is given the value of 100 by default. All other food GI’s are measured relative to this. For ease of application... 
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Unconscious vs Subconscious   Unconscious and subconscious are frequently used interchangeably although there are differences between unconscious and subconscious. In psychology, our mind is divided into 3 main parts. Listing them from the surface of the mind in to the deep; they are conscious, subconscious,... 
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Maid of Honor vs Bridesmaid   It is easy to spot the girl who performs important roles and responsibilities during a wedding and happens to be close to the bride during every ceremony. She is the bridesmaid, the girl chosen by the bride to attend her on the most important day of her life. There can be several... 
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Maid of Honor vs Matron of Honor   For a girl, her marriage ceremony is perhaps the single most important event in her life. She is the centre of attraction and has to look glamorous and attractive. The bride to be is naturally nervous on the day and there has been a tradition of bridesmaids to calm her nerves... 
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Main vs Lead   In the world of music, we often hear about main and lead vocalists, singers, and even dancers. This is very confusing for those who are outsiders and do not know anything about the hierarchy in the world of music or the composition of a group of singers or dancers in a musical event or performance.... 
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Gang vs Mafia   Gang, mafia, Mob, etc. are words that are often used in connection with organized crimes. Organized crime is different from crimes that are committed on the spur of the moment or resulted from individual effort. This kind of criminal activity is a result of a group of criminals coming together... 
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