gravitational convection

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gravitational convection (plural gravitational convections)

  1. (physics) The convection (carriage) of contents of a fluid, such as mass or heat, by means of currents induced in the fluid by buoyancy forces which are dependent on gravity acting upon density differences within the fluid.

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