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  • During winter the condensation point is quite high, due to the long sunshine.
  • During the first winter, water condensation and other cold weather problems led to one operational failure after another.
  • Most natural polymers being employed at early stage of human society are of condensation type.
  • The cover is designed to promote the return of all condensation to the bottom.
  • This condensation system uses no incremental energy and has no moving parts.
  • Because the chambers were connected, this caused condensation without significant loss of heat.
  • This kept the interior cool in hot weather and reduced condensation in cold weather.
  • This addition helps avoid condensation water on the surface of building materials.
  • It was described as "not a condensation of the five-volume set, but new and independent work".
  • The classical elements change into one another by a process of condensation and rarefaction.
  • We have condensations in every line except music. Cited from Second Book of Tales, by Eugene Field
  • All three of these items are evidently condensations of longer articles. Cited from Practical English Composition: Book II., by Edwin L. Miller
  • For supercritical region, condensation cannot happen, no matter how great the pressure is.
  • When cold water passes through a pipe surrounded by humid air, condensation results.
  • Condensation proved incompatible with the structure, and the pool closed within ten years.
  • The advantage of this technique is that no condensation can form on components.
  • They can also occur when hot water vapor mingles into the cold resulting in sudden condensation.
  • For this reason, after the condensation step, further treatment of the offgas is usually required.
  • However, such a design is generally impractical due to high boiling point and condensation.
  • However, due to their small size they run into problems with stiction, caused by capillary condensation among other forces.
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Words starting with condensation

Meaning of condensation

  • noun (psychoanalysis) an unconscious process whereby two ideas or images combine into a single symbol; especially in dreams
  • noun The process of changing from a gaseous to a liquid or solid state
  • noun Atmospheric moisture that has condensed because of cold
  • noun A shortened version of a written work