Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To condense again.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To condense again.

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  • verb To condense again.

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Examples

  • Water vapor at a very high pressure will recondense to a liquid from a gas.

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  • In addition, the laws of nature had to dictate that those remnants could recondense into a new generation of stars, these surrounded by planets incorporating the newly formed heavy elements.

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  • Most of it, however, had escaped into the atmosphere as heated gas and likely would not recondense for several hours.

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  • Most of it, however, had escaped into the atmosphere as heated gas and likely would not recondense for several hours.

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  • If, instead of causing these vapors to condense in the second test-tube, we leave the first communication open, the vapors recondense in the first test-tube without any elevation of pressure; and we do not see the least trace of liquid forming in the second test tube.

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  • Water which was formerly at the sea-level has been lifted to a position from which it can fall; molecules which have been locked together as a liquid are now separate as vapour which can recondense.

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  • The temperature difference causes water to evaporate from the surface and recondense as it mixes with the cooler air, in a rising, twining mist.

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  • The temperature difference causes water to evaporate from the surface and recondense as it mixes with the cooler air, in a rising, twining mist.

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  • The gas will cool as it expands, recondense around dust particles that have been carried along-it'll steam-and the cloud ought to get high enough, before it evaporates again, to be visible from here. "

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  • The gas will cool as it expands, recondense around dust particles that have been carried along-it'll steam-and the cloud ought to get high enough, before it evaporates again, to be visible from here. "

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