boil off

boil off

vb
(Chemistry) to remove or be removed (from) by boiling: to boil off impurities.
n
liquified gases removed from a substance through evaporation
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Radiation from the stars would boil off hydrogen in the planets' atmospheres, scientists say in the new study.
There, they will re-liquefy the boil off gas from the tanks and simultaneously condition the fuel gas for the engine.
Their atmospheres will begin to boil off, and the planets themselves will be stretched into egg shapes by stellar tides.
Ethylene boil off gas recovery project Tender no: RL/TC/T/21/13 Description: Ethylene boil off gas recovery project at RLOC Description: The scope of this tender is about ethylene boil off gas recovery project at RLOC.
This Zero Boil Off magnet substantially reduces consumption of liquid helium by reliquifying the helium gas generated by evaporation of the helium in the magnet.
The Jetty Boil Off Gas (JBOG) Recovery Project is part of the Common Facilities Projects at Ras Laffan Industrial City.
The resulting steam is seeing a release of radioactive material into the atmosphere, but should the water boil off to the extent that the fuel rods are exposed to the air, Japan would have a far more serious nuclear threat on its hands.
But a new study finds that bacteria several kilometers deep in Earth's crust (where some microbes live today) could survive even multiple blows severe enough to boil off all of Earth's oceans.
Short-trip driving (7 miles or less) is hard on oil because the engine never warms up enough to boil off the moisture that accumulates inside the crankcase.
This will boil off the chlorine, and your coffee will taste better.
This way you boil off all the phytic acid and get all the nutrients from the pulses.