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Difference Between Denaturation and Coagulation

Difference Between Denaturation and Coagulation

DifferenceBetween.COM is an ideal site to learn the difference between any comparable. It provides a clear, complete analysis of the differences in tabular form

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Difference Between Fuming Nitric Acid and Concentrated Nitric Acid

Difference Between Fuming Nitric Acid and Concentrated Nitric Acid

The key difference between fuming nitric acid and concentrated nitric acid is that the fuming nitric acid forms a colorless, yellowish or brownish fume whereas the concentrated nitric acid usually does not form a fume; but a very high concentration of this acid may give off-white colored fumes.

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Difference Between Abductor and Adductor Muscles

Difference Between Abductor and Adductor Muscles

The key difference between abductor and adductor muscles is that the abductor muscles are the muscles that pull body parts outwards from the midline while the adductor muscles are the muscles that pull body parts towards the midline of the body.

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Difference Between Hilum and Root of Lung

Difference Between Hilum and Root of Lung

The key difference between Hilum and Root of Lung is that the Hilum of the lung is the large depressed area that lies near the centre of the medial surface while the Root of Lung is the all structures entering or leaving the lung at the hilum, forming a pedicle. Each lung has a hilum and root of the lung.

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Difference Between CFC and HCFC

Difference Between CFC and HCFC

The key difference between CFC and HCFC is that the CFC contains only carbon, fluorine and chlorine atoms whereas the HCFC contains hydrogen, carbon, fluorine and chlorine atoms. More importantly, CFC causes serious ozone depletion but HCFC, comparatively, has a much lesser impact on the ozone layer. Both CFC and HCFC

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Difference Between Classical and Modern Genetics

Difference Between Classical and Modern Genetics

The key difference between Classical and Modern Genetics is that the classical genetics is the Mendelian genetics or the older concept of genetics, which solely expressed based on the phenotypes resulted from breeding experiments while the modern genetics is the new concept of genetics, which allows the direct

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Difference Between Acidic Radical and Basic Radical

Difference Between Acidic Radical and Basic Radical

The key difference between acidic radical and basic radical is that the acidic radicals are negatively charged chemical species whereas the basic radicals are positively charged chemical species. Due to these electrical charges, we call acidic radicals as anions and basic radicals as cations

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Difference Between Rayleigh and Raman Scattering

Difference Between Rayleigh and Raman Scattering

The key difference between Rayleigh and Raman scattering is that the Rayleigh scattering is an elastic scattering whereas the Raman scattering is an inelastic scattering. Moreover, based on this main difference, we can deduce another difference between Rayleigh and Raman scattering.

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Difference Between Male and Female Society Finches

Difference Between Male and Female Society Finches

The key difference between Male and Female Society Finches is that the male society finches have the ability to sing and dance, whereas the female society finches cannot sing or dance, but are only able to chirp. Distinguishing male and female society finches is very hard since they differ only in very minute ways.

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Difference Between Biogas and Natural Gas

Difference Between Biogas and Natural Gas

The key difference between biogas and natural gas is that the biogas is a renewable source of energy whereas the natural gas is a non-renewable source of energy. Biogas is a naturally occurring gas that forms from the breakdown of organic matter in the presence of anaerobic bacteria while natural gas is a naturally.

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Difference Between Node and Internode

Difference Between Node and Internode

The key difference between node and internode is that node is the point on a stem where a leaf or a bud or a branching twig originates while internode is the distance or the area between two adjacent nodes. Nodes help the plant in exposing the leaves to sunlight...internode is important to a plant to maintain.

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Difference Between Neodymium Magnet and Regular Magnet

Difference Between Neodymium Magnet and Regular Magnet

The key difference between Neodymium magnet and Regular Magnet is that the neodymium magnet contains neodymium, iron, and boron as the key chemical elements whereas the regular magnet contains iron as the key chemical element. Neodymium magnet is a form of strong magnet made from rare earth elements such as neodymium.

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Difference Between Synergid and Egg Cell

Difference Between Synergid and Egg Cell

The key difference between synergid and egg cell is that the synergid cell is one of the two cells that accompanies the egg cell while the egg cell is the female gamete or the female germ cell of angiosperms. Synergid and egg cell are two types of cells in the female angiosperm gametophyte.

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Difference Between Umbrella Species and Keystone Species

Difference Between Umbrella Species and Keystone Species

The key difference between umbrella species and keystone species is that the umbrella species are the species which indirectly involve in the conservation of many other species at the ecosystem or landscape level while the keystone species are the species which play disproportionately a larger role in the prevalence.