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- adv. In an evaporative manner
- adv. Regarding evaporation
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A second proximate alternative to explain spice use is that spicy foods are preferred in hot climates because they increase perspiration and help cool the body evaporatively.
The MIT hydrogen experiment was daunting in its size and complexity, whereas it seemed to me that if one took as one's starting point the relatively tractable vapor-cell, laser-cooling technology that Wieman was using, it wouldn't be so much of a stretch to imagine souping it up into an apparatus capable of evaporatively cooling to BEC.
These atoms are further evaporatively cooled, by slowly removing the most energetic atoms, until the remaining atoms reach "quantum degeneracy" and collect into a single quantum mechanical state
If I’m using an 1890s bucket, I’m going to capture that very top evaporatively-cooled water.