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Synonyms for condensation

Synonyms for condensation

a short summary or version prepared by cutting down a larger work

Synonyms for condensation

(psychoanalysis) an unconscious process whereby two ideas or images combine into a single symbol

the process of changing from a gaseous to a liquid or solid state

atmospheric moisture that has condensed because of cold

the process or result of becoming smaller or pressed together

a shortened version of a written work

the act of increasing the density of something

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The Knoevenagel Condensation Reaction (KCR) is one of the most well known reactions in organic chemistry which was introduced by Emil Knoevenagel [1].
In our previous studies, we synthesized cross-linked poly(orthocarbonate)s using tetraethyl orthocarbonate (TEOC) and different multihydroxyl monomers (aromatic, aliphatic, cyclic, and linear) by condensation reactions at relatively high temperatures.
As a result, though no additional condensation has occurred, such a futile process can cool the condensing structure, thereby facilitating its growth when other true condensation reactions [8-12] are occurring in parallel.
The unliquefied residues in the phenol liquefaction reactions could give useful information on the condensation reactions between cellulose and polyphenol components.
Unfortunately, the condensation reaction between NE and MDA is quite facile.
An underlying cause is associated with line emission, dissipation of the energy liberated during condensation reactions.
In the case of Cloisite 30B with--OH end groups, as seen by FTIR, condensation reactions did not occur with the--OH groups of formaldehyde solution.
Salon, MCB, Bayle, PA, Abdelmouleh, M, Boufi, S, Belacem, MN, "Kinetics of Hydrolysis and Self Condensation Reactions of Silanes by NMR Spectroscopy.
Generally most condensation reactions occur with elimination of water or small molecules and rate of reaction is limited by system's ability to remove these small molecules due to various process and system limitations.
The novel, low-cost membranes separation technology is also relevant for condensation reactions in general (equilibrium limited reactions).
To extend these concepts to the solar chromosphere, it is useful to consider the types of condensation reactions which might be present in this region of the Sun.
Figure 2d shows a possible structure derived from the different condensation reactions involved in the sol-gel process.
By necessity, these exothermic condensation reactions involve the ejection of an excited atomic species from the condensate which can then relax back to a lower energy level through the emission of a photon.
Accordingly, the end of hydrolysis coincides with a decrease of the OH band due to condensation reactions, whereas this latter grew up during the first stage of the irradiation (t < 65 s).
These compounds are first chemically reacted with titanium isopropoxide (TIP), then are slowly released through subsequent hydrolysis and condensation reactions.