hypobaric hy·po·bar·ic (hī'pə-bār'ĭk)
Relating to ambient gas pressures below one atmosphere.
Less dense than diluent or medium. Used of solutions.
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|hypobaric (hī'pə-bār'ĭk) Pronunciation Key
Relating to conditions of low air pressure and low oxygen content, such as atmospheric conditions at high altitudes, or in special chambers used to establish low-pressure conditions.