gaseous state

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Synonyms for gaseous state

the state of matter distinguished from the solid and liquid states by: relatively low density and viscosity


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EGAS had previously signed a final contract with the Norwegian Hoegh for the first floating ship to receive and store LNG shipments and re-convert it to its gaseous state for it to be pumped to the national gas grid.
There is no published mathematical model of the drying process of foodstuffs differentiating between mass transfer in liquid and gaseous state.
Liquefied natural gas, or LNG, is then processed back into a gaseous state and piped to customers.
The first is liquifying gas in Qatar and then retransforming it to a gaseous state in Kuwait.
The beauty of the new system is that it employs the otherwise wasted heat generated by car engines - up to 40 per cent in some cases - to convert an easily transportable liquid organic hydride (a hydrogen-storing chemical) into a gaseous state.
The LNG is then returned to a gaseous state and piped into the UK's National Transmission System.
The fuel will be transported on special ships which process the fuel to a gaseous state, eliminating the need for an import terminal, said Steven Some, a spokesman hired by Liberty.
As a result, electron gas pressure is unlikely to prevent solar collapse since the gaseous models cannot invoke rigid surfaces while maintaining the integrity of the gaseous state.
IGCC coal plants operate at 1300 degrees Fahrenheit transforming coal into a gaseous state with impurities and pollutants turned in saleable by-products like syngas, hydrogen, ammonia, methane and other chemicals.
Now the Russians appear interested in investing in pipelines, facilities converting LNG into its gaseous state and other facilities on the US East Coast.
Volatility is the tendency of a chemical to change quickly from liquid to gaseous state.
2] returns to a gaseous state, leaving a concentrated mixture of several carotenoids, including lycopene.
In addition, chlorine in a liquid or gaseous state has certain risks to workers who are transporting or using it.
During the latter half of the 19th century, the study of matter in the nearly perfect molecular disorder of the gaseous state led to the kinetic theory and thermodynamic concepts that prominently shaped progress in chemistry and physics into the next century.
On this basis, they have suggested that a nucleus could, under certain circumstances, change from a liquid to a more loosely bound gaseous state.