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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.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • 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.

    Eric A. Cornell - Autobiography

  • 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

    MAKE Magazine

  • If I’m using an 1890s bucket, I’m going to capture that very top evaporatively-cooled water.

    Buckets and Engines « Climate Audit


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