A substance that flows freely but is of constant volume, having a consistency like that of water or oil
he designed instruments to measure the flow of fluids
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
Another term for semi-fluid.
A type of artificial flavouring used to give food a smoky taste.
= mother liquor.
A liquefied noble gas.
A drinking session at lunchtime taking the place of a meal
A type of correction fluid
A liquid that exhibits quantum effects on the macroscopic scale.
A substance which 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 colourless, odourless oily liquid consisting of a mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum, used as a laxative
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
Chromatography employing a gas as the moving carrier medium and a liquid as the stationary medium
A liquid balsam obtained from the Asian liquidambar tree