Origin of liquefaction
Related Words for liquefactioncondensate, overthrow, adjournment, demise, suspension, termination, disbandment, synthesis, blend, amalgam, blending, rainfall, distillation, dew, precipitate, precipitation, crystallization, decease, ending, sleep
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Contemporary Examples of liquefaction
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Historical Examples of liquefaction
In fact, the liquefaction and saccharification should proceed simultaneously.
At eleven, I said Mass at the altar where I had witnessed the liquefaction.
Evidence derived from Liquefaction of one or both of the Gases.
The reagent that causes this liquefaction escapes my endeavors to detect it.
After the liquefaction, the grubs try to make off, showing that the fare is not to their liking.
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).