condensate

noun
con·​den·​sate | \ ˈkän-dən-ˌsāt How to pronounce condensate (audio) , -ˌden-; kən-ˈden- \

Definition of condensate

: a product of condensation especially : a liquid obtained by condensation of a gas or vapor steam condensate

Examples of condensate in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Plus, the hotel will launch a gray water program, collecting the HVAC condensate and recycling it to irrigate the property’s foliage. Jennifer Kester, Forbes, 4 Mar. 2021 Peiris leads a team of physicists studying how to steady the condensate blend against collapse from unrelated effects. quantamagazine.org, 25 Jan. 2021 The company explores and produces crude oil, condensate, and natural gas in the U.S. and certain international locations. Trefis Team, Forbes, 4 Mar. 2021 These cold atoms are trapped, and any less useful extra atoms are allowed to escape, leaving highly dense, near-absolute-zero atoms in condensate form. Caroline Delbert, Popular Mechanics, 27 May 2020 If two condensates interfere in just the right way, the group predicted, experimentalists should be able to capture direct images of bubbles forming in the condensate — ones that act similarly to the putative bubbles of the multiverse. quantamagazine.org, 25 Jan. 2021 In a true condensate, molecular crowding should have hindered diffusion. Mitch Leslie, Science | AAAS, 21 Jan. 2021 In addition to supplying condensate, Tehran has supplied 1.5 million barrels of gasoline and food. Lucia Kassai, Bloomberg.com, 22 Sep. 2020 And the fifth state of matter, called a Bose-Einstein condensate, was produced in space by NASA's Cold Atom Lab on the station in 2018. Ashley Strickland, CNN, 2 Nov. 2020

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First Known Use of condensate

1889, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of condensate was in 1889

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22 Apr 2021

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“Condensate.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/condensate. Accessed 14 Jun. 2021.

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