a product of condensation, as a liquid reduced from a gas or vapor.
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How to use condensate in a sentence
After years of work, she and her colleagues are finally ready to set up a prototype experiment, and they hope to be blowing condensate bubbles in the next few years.How Universes Might Bubble Up and Collide - Facts So Romantic | Charlie Wood | January 28, 2021 | Nautilus
Peiris leads a team of physicists studying how to steady the condensate blend against collapse from unrelated effects.How Universes Might Bubble Up and Collide - Facts So Romantic | Charlie Wood | January 28, 2021 | Nautilus
Most proteins involved in condensates, he says, have a common architecture with some structured domains and some disordered regions.A Newfound Source of Cellular Order in the Chemistry of Life | Viviane Callier | January 7, 2021 | Quanta Magazine
The researchers derived a mathematical model based on the physics of condensate formation that could exactly predict the size of nucleoli in cells.A Newfound Source of Cellular Order in the Chemistry of Life | Viviane Callier | January 7, 2021 | Quanta Magazine
This process allows the condensate to achieve lower temperatures than are possible with the same methods on Earth.This weird quantum state of matter was made in orbit for the first time | Emily Conover | June 11, 2020 | Science News
Those vapors condense into a liquid later in the process and that “condensate” is collected in a storage area, called a sump.
The condensate is then supposed to be routed into the pipeline system that delivers the crude to the nearby refinery.
The supply of water to the condenser is regulated according to the volatility of the condensate.
An air pump transferred condensate and sea water into a tank from which it passed overboard.
British Dictionary definitions for condensate
a substance formed by condensation, such as a liquid from a vapour
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