- liquefactive necrosis,
- liquefied natural gas,
- liquefied petroleum gas,
Origin of liquefaction
Examples from the Web for liquefaction
Next up, in the Mother of All Disasters trifecta, another deadly piece of jargon: liquefaction.
The process of solidification or of liquefaction is therefore extended over a temperature interval ac.The Phase Rule and Its Applications|Alexander Findlay
This first stage was succeeded by liquefaction and absorption followed by recovery in favorable cases.
With the liquefaction of hydrogen, a temperature of about -253 deg or -254 deg Centigrade has been reached.A History of Science, Volume 5(of 5)|Henry Smith Williams
Stratiform: Liquefaction extending to the walls of the tube and downward horizontally (Fig. 151, l).The Elements of Bacteriological Technique|John William Henry Eyre
Further, in the gelatin puncture the liquefaction which occurs is frequently characteristic.The Fundamentals of Bacteriology|Charles Bradfield Morrey
late 15c., from French liquéfaction, from Late Latin liquefactionem (nominative liquefactio), noun of action from past participle stem of liquefacere "to make liquid, melt" (see liquefy).