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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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The heated organic materials would penetrate the bags and condense as a visible aerosol in the discharge stack.
As the combustion products flow through the submerged tubes they condense (Figure 3).
This so-called all-optical approach should expand the range of atoms and molecules that scientists can condense, Chapman adds.
Near the coronal base, the increased magnetic heating counterbalances the extra cooling, but less heating occurs near the top, allowing enough gas to cool and condense into prominences.
While ago, researchers discovered that when the telescope operates in a vacuum environment, a thin film of material, apparently from moisture-absorbing surfaces, condenses on its chilliest components -- which happen to be the camera's four light detectors.
This, combined with the abundance of silicon and carbon in the universe, "makes it more likely that silicon carbide is probably the first particle to condense." The scientists say they believe these grains condense at the high temperatures near the star, while other materials form farther out in the stellar atmosphere, where temperatures are low.
Galaxies must first condense around the density fluctuations a la Zeldovich, and they must condense in a certain way.
London, Dec 11 (ANI): A new lens coating developed by experts looks to end the misery of spectacle wearers who are left struggling to see as moisture from their breath condenses on their glasses.
When warm water vapor in the air comes into contact with cool surfaces like glass lenses and windows, the moist air often condenses into liquid droplets on the surface.
A new service developed by student mobile service dot.mobile has been launched which condenses works of classic English literature into text messages.