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This future city collects water through air condensation and uses solar power to drive itself over arid landscapes.Future Cities: New Challenges Mean We Need to Reimagine the Look of Urban Landscapes|Nick Dunn|December 18, 2020|Singularity Hub
An auto drain function will exhaust all condensation automatically without the need to manually service the machine.Best portable air conditioner: Cool off where you need it most|Eric Alt|December 17, 2020|Popular-Science
Propane heaters are also notorious for creating lots of condensation, whereas diesel versions put out a dry heat and work well at high altitudes.
When water splashes out of a hot spring and evaporates, molecules that were in the liquid could undergo condensation reactions and link up.
Mineral deposits indicate the presence of hot springs and hydrothermal activity in the planet’s past, which would have sustained the wetting and drying cycles that the two researchers see as crucial for condensation reactions to get life going.
Exhale on the cold pane, then draw a ladybug in the condensation.
There are other forms of electrical discharges not distinctly connected with the then existing condensation of moisture.Outlines of the Earth's History|Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
But he is very serious, and his words sometimes chill like a condensation of Young's “Night Thoughts.”Our Churches and Chapels|Atticus
By telescopic condensation of the field, Cragley was capable of bringing Deliphon on the instrument.Spacewrecked on Venus|Neil R. Jones
Condensation is explained as undergoing an alteration; that means, as becoming composite.Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 3|Plotinos (Plotinus)
Evaporation and condensation, woods and glaciers, have all been brought into play.Canada and the Canadians|Sir Richard Henry Bonnycastle
British Dictionary definitions for condensation
- the fusion of two or more ideas, etc, into one symbol, occurring esp in dreams
- the reduction of many experiences into one word or action, as in a phobia