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Synonyms for condense

Synonyms for condense

to make short or shorter the duration or extent of

to make thick or thicker, especially through evaporation or condensation

Synonyms for condense

undergo condensation

cause a gas or vapor to change into a liquid

become more compact or concentrated

develop due to condensation

compress or concentrate

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While the coil is turned off, it does not continue to condense water out of the air.
Fresh products of the pyrolysis reactions are not only "smelly" and "sticky," but are highly reactive in air and readily condense and polymerize.
Heat Recovery Taking heat from the discharge gas in order to condense it to liquid and using the heat in some other process.
And if there's moisture in the air, the water will condense (change from water vapor to liquid water) to form rain clouds.
Although it was dark matter's gravity that first pulled gas together, forcing it to condense into galaxies, other factors may be equally important in determining how galaxies change over time, says study collaborator Guinevere Kauffmann of the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in Garching, Germany.
The steam won't be able to move, so it will condense right where it is and never reach the radiators.
First, the paragraph summarizing what it takes to get natural gas-fired flue gas to condense is accurate.
Eventually the air at ground level (C) is being sucked up into the storm so fast that the pressure and temperature there drop enough for water vapor to condense.
Through tank or heat exchange surface modifications, condensing water heaters extract more sensible heat from the combustion gas, lowering the temperature enough to cause moisture to condense out of the combustion gases, thus capturing a significant portion of the latent heat energy.