Tar, which vaporizes at high temperatures, but liquefies at ordinary atmospheric heat, must first be got rid of.
She liquefies the brain of man; he petrifies or ossifies the heart.
Finally the tuberculous tissue breaks down and liquefies, resulting in the formation of a cold abscess.
Here it stands and liquefies, which is a process of decomposition.
In fact, it liquefies in much the same way as hard-boiled white of egg.
When it contains wheat flour, and is heated, it at first liquefies, but on cooling it becomes solid and tough.
It solidifies at about −116C., and liquefies again at about −110C.
On applying heat to it, it first liquefies, and then (wholly) sublimes in violet-coloured vapour.
The mixture is then stirred vigorously for twenty-four hours, at the end of which it liquefies and falls into three layers.
The sulphurous acid returns to the receiver C as it liquefies by the little tube d.