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con·dense

(kon-dens'),
To pack; to increase the density of; applied particularly to insertion of gold foil or silver amalgam in a cavity prepared in a tooth.

con·dense

(kŏn-dens)
To pack; to increase density of something; applied particularly to in sertion of gold foil or silver amalgam in a cavity prepared in a tooth.
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Over the next year, Seneca performed three sets of emission tests using more advanced EPA methods than were contemplated when the permit was issued to prove that what looked like elevated condensable emissions were actually false positives attributable to defects in the old test methods.
ASTM E 595-93, Standard Test Method for Total Mass Loss and Collected Volatile Condensable Materials from Outgas-sing in a Vacuum Environment.
Refrigerant Charge Diagnostic Test Matrix Low Superheat High Superheat Low TXV or TXV sensing Refrigerant under charge or Subcooling bulb failure liquid line restriction SH, SC and low EST thresholds f (OAT, SH, SC) or compressor valve failure (check compressor Watts) High Refrigerant over Non-condensables check SH, SC Subcooling charge, blocked and high COA thresholds f (OAT, condenser coil, low SH, SC) or liquid line airflow, or non restriction check SH, SC and condensables check low EST thresholds f(OAT, SH, SH, SC and high COA SC) thresholds f (OAT, SH, SC)
Therefore, more condensable gases are more permeable through the PDMS membrane which is a rubbery polymer.
Three phases are produced during the thermal transformation of biomass under an inert atmosphere: gas/aerosol, liquid (tars, condensable vapors, etc.
Releasing sulphuric acid, or another condensable vapour, from an aircraft would give better control of particle size.
This is due to the fact that weakly condensable ethylene or ethane in the same mixtures competed for the limited activated sites.
Only through the investigations of Regnault (whose efficient construction and careful observance of all disturbances in each field of measurements has exerted a beneficial influence) has it been demonstrated conclusively that several of these gases correspond in their deviations from the mentioned law to {the behavior of} condensable carbonic acid {carbon dioxide}.
Replacement of the boiler bank tubes in the recovery boiler and installation of a new CNCG-burner (Concentrated Non Condensable Gas).
As expected, the more condensable gases exhibited higher solubility.
EPA defines condensable particulate matter as any volatile material that may reside in particulate phase in the ambient environment.