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  • n. The measurement or the estimation of volume


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  • They were also surprisingly strong in what Mr. Hummel called volumetrics — the illusion of volume that can make a ball look like a ball, rather than a disk.

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  • There is a study out there, which talks about volumetrics, which is the size of the food, compared to the amount of calories in it.

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  • This gets into an interesting weight-loss concept—volumetrics.

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  • So if you combine energy density and volumetrics, soup is an obvious Solution.

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  • Whereas energy density refers to the number of calories per unit of food weight, volumetrics is the idea that foods larger in size take up more space in your stomach.

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  • The 2007 Carbon Sequestration Atlas explained that a range of sequestration capacity for oil and gas reservoirs is not provided — in contrast to deep saline formations and coal seams — because of the relatively good understanding of oil and gas field volumetrics.

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  • Vladimir Rakosi voice voice chat volcano volumetrics

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  • GUPTA: I want to give you some examples of this volumetrics.

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  • And it sort of speaks to the idea that why more people aren't doing something like volumetrics.

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  • GUPTA: Now volumetrics can certainly help you avoid overeating, but there are people who actually take this a step further even by eating the fewest possible calories that they can get while still getting all the required nutrients.

    CNN Transcript Apr 10, 2007


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