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Synonyms for evaporate

Synonyms for evaporate

to pass off as vapor, especially when heated


to pass out of sight either gradually or suddenly

Synonyms for evaporate

lose or cause to lose liquid by vaporization leaving a more concentrated residue

cause to change into a vapor

change into a vapor

become less intense and fade away gradually

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The study, conducted between October 1999 and February 2004, by Kimford Meador at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, covered 305 pregnant women who had been using either evaporate, carbamazepine, lamotrigine, or phenytoin.
Answers: 1) moisture; 2) humid; 3) vegetation; 4) arid, humid; 5) desert; 6) evaporate
High speed filling causes some of the petrol to evaporate (since it comes hot from the underground tank) and you are paying for the evaporation.
Additionally, since this arrangement evaporates a significant amount of the water, the need for water storage space is reduced.
Sitting in the Kalahari Desert, the water from the Okavango Delta has few places to go but into thin air; indeed, more than 98 per cent of it simply evaporates.
In turn as the resin layer thickness diminishes, the solvents evaporate more quickly, allowing the reaction rate to increase.
Eckhardt Fellow of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Texas in Austin, gasoline consists of different species, and some of them, generally consisting of molecules with five or fewer carbon atoms, evaporate more readily than others.
Solid carbon dioxide, exposed to ordinary pressures, will slowly sublime-that is, evaporate directly to gas without melting.
Meat browns quickly if there is enough heat and if the pan isn't too crowded for the juices to evaporate.
A large tree can evaporate about 100 gallons of water a day, creating in hot and dry climates the equivalent of five air conditioners running for 20 hours.
For example in the mechanical evaporator, we have to burn a lot of firewood and evaporate the water physically, whereas in here, we do not evaporate the water by any external forces," said Raja Shanmugam, Chairman NIFT-TEA.
The chemicals that cause the smell we know as "wet dog" are volatile organic acids; they are very small and evaporate easily, so can move through the air.
However, pheromones gradually evaporate, so if a trail is little used, it will eventually vanish.
As you go into the summer there is less snow, so there is less soil moisture and less water to evaporate.
The system can rapidly dry and evaporate solvent volumes from 2 to 200 mL, making it ideal for SPE and LLE extracts.