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lower-temperature

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  • If some of these lower-temperature volatiles evaporate and if you are breathing those vapors, there are probably health effects, Schweitzer said.

    Montana residents upset with lack of spill information

  • In this way, energy is transferred from the higher-temperature object to the lower-temperature object.

    Heat

  • The particles in a higher-temperature object collide with other particles with greater average force than the particles of a lower-temperature object.

    Heat

  • In the other, much lower-temperature experiments, physicist Benoît Deveaud-Plédran of the à ‰ cole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland and his colleagues fired a laser at a microstructure made of the semiconductor cadmium telluride.

    Quantum Study Yields Unusual Results | Impact Lab

  • Scientists are currently exploring the potential for developing lower-temperature SOFCs operating at or below 800°C that have fewer durability problems and cost less.

    Fuel cells

  • In boiling and its lower-temperature versions, simmering and poaching, food is heated by the convection currents in hot water.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Ranges behave differently, waters have different compositions, so you might want to play a little by shifting that lower-temperature time point to sooner or later.

    Valencian Paella

  • If ocean acidification is the driving force behind these declines, corals in cold, high-latitude areas should be affected first, since lower-temperature waters are more subject to acidification.

    Ars Technica

  • KGRA's systems are modular and scalable, providing the ability to produce power from smaller and lower-temperature heat sources previously deemed unsuitable for standard cogeneration.

  • The water-vapor-filled jar can export heat to the lower-temperature room as the water vapor condenses into liquid water, releasing the heat energy that maintained the water as vapor instead of liquid - an instance of energy flowing downhill, dissipating itself from a more to

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

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