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vaporize

 [va´por-īz]
to convert into vapor or to be transformed into vapor.

va·por·ize

(vā'pŏr-īz),
1. To convert a solid or liquid into a vapor.
2. To apply a vapor therapeutically.

va·por·ize

(vā'pŏr-īz)
1. To convert a solid or liquid into a vapor.
2. To apply a vapor therapeutically.

Vaporize

To dissolve solid material or convert it into smoke or gas.
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vaporize

to convert into vapor or to be transformed into vapor.
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Regarding the effect of playing video games, there was no significant impact of having prior experience of playing video games on PVP performance parameters in terms of the grams vaporized (p = 0.
This indicates that the sand mass reduced the air flow and controlled how quickly the air and vaporized amine can pass through the core sand mass.
the 17 percent failure rate translates to 476,000 tons of vaporized hydrocarbons, 147,000,000 gallons of vaporized gas, and 9,200,000 wasted barrels of imported crude oil per year.
Spitzer's infrared detectors were able to pick up the signatures of the vaporized rock, along with pieces of refrozen lava, called tektites.
Much of the remainder vaporized rocks, generated huge seismic waves, and blasted a crater.
The oven is fired by natural gas or vaporized LP gas.
The vaporized process has the potential to dramatically change how mineral extraction is carried out, in particular reclaiming the vast amount of tailings and refractory mine ores around the world.
Although staccato bursts of laser light vaporized tiny dots of his flesh, he kept his finger in harm's way.
This extra water is vaporized in the cooling process, while the water needed to temper the sand mixture to the desired compactibility remains in the sand mixture.
When pulses from a desktop laser vaporized some of the metal, the plane got a forward kick.
Note that this water all vaporized and is not part of the moisture content of the sand in the system.