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condenser

 [kon-den´ser]
1. a vessel or apparatus for condensing gases or vapors.
2. a device for illuminating microscopic objects.
4. a dental tool used to pack filling material in a cavity.

con·dens·er

(kon-den'ser),
1. An apparatus for cooling a gas to a liquid, or a liquid to a solid.
2. dentistry a manual or powered instrument used for packing a plastic or unset material into a cavity of a tooth; variation in sizes and shapes allows conformation of the mass to the cavity outline.
3. The simple or compound lens on a microscope that is used to supply the illumination necessary for visibility of the specimen under observation.
4. Synonym(s): capacitor

con·dens·er

(kŏn-den'sĕr)
1. An apparatus for cooling a gas to a liquid or a liquid to a solid.
2. dentistry A manual or powered instrument used for packing a plastic or unset material into a prepared tooth cavity; variation in size and shape permit conformation of the mass to the cavity outline.
3. The simple or compound lens on a microscope that is used to supply sufficient illumination necessary to view the specimen under observation.
4. Synonym(s): capacitor.

condenser

1. A device in which gas is cooled to a liquid.
2. An optical device that concentrates light on an object to be examined by microscopy.
3. A dental instrument for compressing filling material into a prepared tooth cavity.

condenser 

An optical system with a large aperture and small focal length used in microscopes and projectors in order to concentrate as much light as possible onto an object. Syn. condensing lens.

con·dens·er

(kŏn-den'sĕr)
In dentistry, a manual or powered instrument used for packing a plastic or unset material into a cavity of a tooth; variation in sizes and shapes allows conformation of the mass to the cavity outline.
Synonym(s): endodontic plugger, root canal plugger (2) .
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Figure 1 shows the diagram of an example of condenser water loop.
It can be found that, to achieve the optimal subcooling for the 2v2l condenser, N1st will need to be about half of the total tube number.
(i) A regeneration overhead acid gas condenser mainly consists of a corrosion product in the form of iron sulfide, which might be caused by the corrosive action of sulfur or sulfur compounds ([H.sub.2]S) on the iron (steel) and moisture.
A valid question would then be how much separation between the two phases really exists in the header of a microchannel condenser. Li and Hrnjak (2016) [9] built an intermediate header of the same geometry and simulated two-phase flow injection into the header.
The key discussion point in this arrangement is the fact that, unlike Figure 1, we elected to implement a series arrangement for the condenser water piping such that any one unit volume of condenser water can flow through a heat exchanger and a chiller sequentially.
Figure 11 shows the effect of condenser temperature heat rejected in condenser of R290/R600a (0.9/0.1) mixture and [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3]/R290/R600a (0.04/0.9/0.1).
An increasingly popular alternative to the tube and fin coil is the microchannel condenser coil.
Many condenser coils are stocked at local HVAC distribution centers or manufacturer warehouses, and in other cases, can be produced by the manufacturer "on demand" if needed.
With this task in mind the article researches the calculations of the condenser technology effect on the air dispersion of flue gas in the impact area of energy objects.
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The condenser sections were fabricated in South Korea and shipped to Barakah.