recondensation

Related to recondensation: reconnaissance

recondensation

(ˌriːkɒndɛnˈseɪʃən)
n
the act or process of condensing againthe state of being condensed again
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These large multiple-display sheets have to be separated into single small displays without any thermal damage, discoloration or recondensation of the ablated material being caused.
They did not take plasma into account, assumed the gas was incompressible, and neglected recondensation of the vapor after interacting with the hole surface.
Continual exposure of the nuts to the sun during the day and recondensation in the evenings could support increase in the microbial load of the samples.
(2015) that recondensation of pyrosynthesized PAHs onto biochar is responsible for elevated PAH concentrations in biochar, and that effective separation of syngases from solid feedstock residues (biochar) during pyrolysis leads to biochar with PAHs in the low mg [kg.sup.-1] concentration range.
This suggests that over this temperature range the creation of internal pores basically involves the primary decomposition of biomass components of coconut shell, probably without secondary reactions such as thermal cracking, repolymerization, and recondensation of devolatilization products that could occur at higher temperatures [18].
In the dissolution of kraft lignin in cholinium ILs, significant changes in the structure and thermal properties of kraft lignin occurred via depolymerization, dehydration, and demethoxylation followed by recondensation. Thermal properties of kraft lignin were altered, that is, increased the maximal decomposition temperature ([T.sub.m]) and glass transition temperature ([T.sub.g]); and the molecular weights were reduced after regeneration from cholinium ILs [41].
Other methods include relieving the pressure by safety relief valves and subsequent recharge or by a small recondensation unit.
[The aphelic chill was a term used to describe the recondensation of the NPC in 1984 when Mars was near aphelion (Beish 2012).] Iwasaki et al.
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.
Syncopation refers to the dissociation and recondensation of stage materials: rhythm, the stretching of time, the fragmentation of characters, bodily emotions.
Additionally, there was a report indicating the increase in the rate of recondensation of sperm heads when the injected oocytes were not stimulated (28).