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Hydrostatic pressure

The pressure exerted by a liquid as a result of its potential energy, ignoring its kinetic energy; frequently used to distinguish a true pressure from an osmotic pressure or to emphasize the variation in pressure in a column of fluid due to the effect of gravity.
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