Molar Volume: The volume occupied by one mole of a material. For example, the molar volume of an ideal gas at STP is 22.4 L/mol.
Critical Molar Volume (Vc): The molar volume at the critical point.
Standard Molar Volume: The volume of 1 mole of an ideal gas at STP, equal to 22.414 liters.
Standard Molar Entropy: The entropy of one mole of a substance in its standard state.
Specific Volume: The volume of a unit mass of substance. For example, the specific volume of water at 4°C is 1.00000 ml/g. Specific volume is the reciprocal of density.
Six-Year Molar: The first permanent tooth to erupt, usually between the ages of five and six.
Swept Volume: The volume displaced by a piston’s travel.
Specific Volume Anomaly, Or Steric Anomaly: The excess in specific volume over the standard specific volume at 35 ‰, 0°C, and the given pressure. See thermosteric anomaly and specific volume.
Third Molar: The last of the three molar teeth, also called wisdom teeth. There are four third molars, two in the lower jaw and two in the upper jaw, one on each side. Some people are born without third molars.
Volume Discount: A note appearing on the consolidated tape when the tape is running behind under heavy trading, meaning that only the stock symbol and price will be shown for trades under 5000 shares.