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- adj. capable of being liquefied
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By the mere effect of mass, -- the force of gravity, -- gaseous molecules are attracted by solids and adhere to their surfaces; and when to this physical force is added the feeblest chemical affinity, the liquifiable gases cannot retain their gaseous state.
Everything liquifiable is being off-shored as fast as possible.
In such cases, when the liquifiable hydrocarbons in the raw natural gas are characterized as being ethane or higher molecular weight components, they are reported as propane or higher molecular weight components, they are reported as
Characterizing the amount of condensate in natural gas gallons of liquifiable hydrocarbons per million (106 cubic feet of natural gas at a stated temperature and pressure.