Definition of condensate in English:

condensate

Syllabification: con·den·sate
Pronunciation: /ˈkändənˌsāt, ˈkänˌdenˌsāt, kənˈdenˌsāt
 
 
 
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noun

1Liquid formed by condensation.
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  • Other species build ‘fog traps,’ pushing up sand ridges perpendicular to airflow, then move back along them, flattening them to extract the collected condensate.
  • A large and increasing portion of liquid production is condensate from natural gas - expected to be over half by 2010.
  • New York City requires recirculated water for medium and large refrigeration and air-cooled systems; properties with steam-source refrigeration must use some condensate for cooling tower makeup water.
1.1 Chemistry A compound produced by a condensation reaction.
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  • The respirable portion of particulates can include acid condensates, sulfates, nitrates, and organic compounds.
  • The first four have been around a long time. The scientists who worked with the Bose-Einstein condensates just received a Nobel Prize for their work in 1995.
  • This technique provides an inexpensive and reliable method of estimating the total concentration of ions in the condensates and the dilution of respiratory droplets by the water vapor.

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