liquefy


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Synonyms for liquefy

Synonyms for liquefy

to change from a solid to a liquid

Synonyms for liquefy

become liquid

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make (a solid substance) liquid, as by heating

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More increase clay fraction in reconstituted clayey sand will require increment of confining pressure and cyclic deviator stress to liquefy the sample.
Michael Faraday (see 1821) was the first to use cold and pressure in a systematic attempt to liquefy gases.
Andrews carefully raised the temperature of carbon dioxide and found that, as the temperature went up, more and more pressure was required to liquefy it.
It has no sulfur and fewer impurities." Similarly, the chemists found they could liquefy plastic with coal, also producing high-quality fuel.