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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.
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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.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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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.
(2.) ASTM E 595-93, Standard Test Method for Total Mass Loss and Collected Volatile Condensable Materials from Outgas-sing in a Vacuum Environment.
Non Condensable Impacts on EER* and SEER* for non-TXV and Hot Attic Conditions Description [EER*.sub.A] [EER*.sub.A] [EER*.sub.A] [kW*.sub.A] Capacity Impact % (kBtuh) Baseline 31,050 9.42 NA 3.30 0.3% 27,373 7.71 -18.2% 3.55 non-condensable ~1% 20,486 5.87 -37.7% 4.01 non-condensable Description [kW.sub.A] SEER* SEER* Test Impact % Impact ID % Baseline NA 8.86 NA 189-4 0.3% +7.6% 7.22 -18.5% 501 non-condensable ~1% +21.6% 501X non-condensable Refrigerant Restriction Tests
As expected, the more condensable gases exhibited higher solubility.
The total pressure in the system should also be as high as possible during this process to give the condensable stuff as much chance as possible to escape.
The planet's deep blue-green atmosphere is thick with hydrogen, helium and methane, Uranus's primary condensable gas.
Compounds that are gases in the stack but condense to form submicron particles in the atmosphere and can be measured using standard stack test methods for condensable particulate matter (CPM).
Pyrolysis converts organics such as biomass into three phases: solid (char), liquid (tars, condensable vapors, etc.), and gas by heating in the absence of oxygen (Wampler 2006).
For the same groups of resin-based matrix, the water sorption may also depend on the material's filler content.4,14 Glacier is a so-called "condensable" material with the greatest proportion of fillers (62% by volume), and Wave is a flowable composite with the smallest proportion of fillers (50% by volume), the proportions being inversely related to their water sorption find- ings.
The test's full title is "A Standard Test Method for Total Mass Loss and Collected Volatile Condensable Materials from Outgassing in a Vacuum Environment".
For process-type applications where there are high throughputs of gases with significant condensable by-products, Steele recommends the use of magnetically-levitated turbopumps that can handle corrosive gases or vapors.