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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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However, there was no significant difference in grams vaporized and global scores among the different years (PGY-3 vs.
Cope venting allows air and vaporized amine to enter the sand mass in the corebox, while drag venting allows air and vaporized amine to exit the core cavity after passing through the sand mass.
The smell-seeing approach differs from several other commercial and experimental designs for artificial noses, which largely rely on polymers that swell when they come in contact with a vaporized chemical.
The thickness of film buildup is related to the amount of vaporized dimer and dwell time in the vacuum chamber, and can be controlled accurately to [+ or -] 10% of final thickness.
BGC), the supplier of the cooking gas to the building, lacked "technical competence" in handling vaporized LPG distribution system.
What's more, after five shots, like other scientists had noticed, the spectrum from the vaporized rock stabilized into a representative sample of the rock type below.
Consumer type nickel-cadmium battery packs are placed in a natural gas fired thermal oxidizer where the plastic is vaporized, leaving clean nickel-cadmium battery cells.
Within the melting zone, lead is readily vaporized or oxidized so that the recovery of lead in the iron is considerably less than otherwise would be expected.
The laser's effect is localized in the tip, so that whatever you touch with that tiny tip is vaporized,'' Tonnemacher explained.
With HoLAP, prostate tissue is vaporized with holmium laser energy.
The system's telescope will then examine the flash of glowing plasma created by the vaporized material and record the colours of light contained within it.