Having a consistency like that of water or oil, i.e., flowing freely but of constant volume
Of or relating to both gas and liquid; especially designating a form of chromatography in which the moving carrier phase is a gas and the stationary phase is a liquid.
A diet consisting of foods in liquid form, sometimes prescribed for medical reasons
Soap in liquid form
A drinking session at lunchtime sometimes taking the place of a meal
A type of correction fluid
A type of artificial flavouring used to give food a smoky taste.
= mother liquor.
A liquefied noble gas.
A substance that flows like a liquid but has some degree of ordering in the arrangement of its molecules
A unit for measuring the volume of liquids
A colorless, odorless oily liquid consisting of a mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum, used as a laxative
A liquid that exhibits quantum effects on the macroscopic scale.
Something to drink, especially alcohol
Any of various gaseous hydrocarbons occurring in natural gas that are readily liquefied by compression for transport or storage (such as propane and butane); (also) a volatile liquid hydrocarbon present in natural gas and obtained from it during extraction or processing.
A form of visual display used in electronic devices in which a layer of a liquid crystal is sandwiched between two transparent electrodes. The application of an electric current to a small area of the layer alters the alignment of its molecules, which affects its reflectivity or its transmission of polarized light and makes it opaque
Chromatography employing a gas as the moving carrier medium and a liquid as the stationary medium
Another term for semifluid.
A liquid balsam obtained from the Asian liquidambar tree