Origin of vaporization
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Examples from the Web for vaporization
But after Bernie (A.B.), after the vaporization of $17 billion of primarily Jewish wealth, everything changed.Who Killed the Yummy Mummy?
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We know that it is consumed in the molecular work of vaporization.Fragments of science, V. 1-2
It is, in fact, steamed by the vaporization of its own water.Peat and its Uses as Fertilizer and Fuel
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In cold weather especially this is a valuable aid to vaporization.How it Works
What are two advantages of the high heat of vaporization of water?
Heat Measurement; specific heat, heat of fusion, of vaporization, combustion.
Word Origin and History for vaporization
1799, noun of action from vaporize. In same sense Middle English had vaporacioun (late 14c.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
- The conversion of a solid or liquid into a vapor.
- Therapeutic application of a vapor.
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