recondensation

Related to recondensation: reconnaissance

recondensation

(ˌriːkɒndɛnˈseɪʃən)
n
the act or process of condensing againthe state of being condensed again
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The aphelic chill was a term used to describe the recondensation of the NPC in 1984 when Mars was near aphelion (Beish 2012).
According to the researchers who pored over the Cassini data, this is only possible if these particles were somehow made uniform through a repetitive process in the interstellar medium, such as repeated destruction and recondensation of bigger dust particles by events like supernova shockwaves that eventually created fine, microscopic granules.
Two reactions take place during liquefaction: alcoholysis and recondensation (Zhang et al.
Additionally, there was a report indicating the increase in the rate of recondensation of sperm heads when the injected oocytes were not stimulated (28).
The process of evaporation and recondensation separates all chemicals, including arsenic, from the water.
In this respect, the solar chromosphere has been advanced as a site of hydrogen recondensation in the solar atmosphere (see [section]5.
In case of wood liquefaction based on resorcinol, there is a problem of the insoluble residue component generated by the recondensation between wood components during the liquefaction.
As a result, recondensation occurs, the point of vaporization shifts downstream, and the length of the liquid region of the capillary tube increases; thus, an increase in the refrigerant mass flow rate takes place.
The model used CO as a marker of atmospheric dilution and examined the change in particle size due to evaporation and recondensation onto larger particles of volatile material because of dilution.
Ablation is conducted in a He atmosphere in order to minimize sample recondensation during ablation about the target site and thereby maximize sample transport to the ICP (9).
They are formed by atomization (impact or spraying vaporization) of the cutting fluid by the heat generated with recondensation in to small droplets upon cooling evaporation, leaving nonaqueous components (such as the biocide additives) behind as a fine particle aerosol.
By the end of the recondensation period, the pronuclei are ellipsoidal and the bisbenzimide fluorescence is intense.