recondense

recondense

(ˌriːkənˈdɛns)
vb
to condense (water vapour, etc) again
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recondense


Past participle: recondensed
Gerund: recondensing

Imperative
recondense
recondense
Present
I recondense
you recondense
he/she/it recondenses
we recondense
you recondense
they recondense
Preterite
I recondensed
you recondensed
he/she/it recondensed
we recondensed
you recondensed
they recondensed
Present Continuous
I am recondensing
you are recondensing
he/she/it is recondensing
we are recondensing
you are recondensing
they are recondensing
Present Perfect
I have recondensed
you have recondensed
he/she/it has recondensed
we have recondensed
you have recondensed
they have recondensed
Past Continuous
I was recondensing
you were recondensing
he/she/it was recondensing
we were recondensing
you were recondensing
they were recondensing
Past Perfect
I had recondensed
you had recondensed
he/she/it had recondensed
we had recondensed
you had recondensed
they had recondensed
Future
I will recondense
you will recondense
he/she/it will recondense
we will recondense
you will recondense
they will recondense
Future Perfect
I will have recondensed
you will have recondensed
he/she/it will have recondensed
we will have recondensed
you will have recondensed
they will have recondensed
Future Continuous
I will be recondensing
you will be recondensing
he/she/it will be recondensing
we will be recondensing
you will be recondensing
they will be recondensing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been recondensing
you have been recondensing
he/she/it has been recondensing
we have been recondensing
you have been recondensing
they have been recondensing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been recondensing
you will have been recondensing
he/she/it will have been recondensing
we will have been recondensing
you will have been recondensing
they will have been recondensing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been recondensing
you had been recondensing
he/she/it had been recondensing
we had been recondensing
you had been recondensing
they had been recondensing
Conditional
I would recondense
you would recondense
he/she/it would recondense
we would recondense
you would recondense
they would recondense
Past Conditional
I would have recondensed
you would have recondensed
he/she/it would have recondensed
we would have recondensed
you would have recondensed
they would have recondensed
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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In addition, a water reflux condenser was put on the flux to recondense the vapor of chemicals (mainly that of the IPA) in order to keep the concentrations of the compounds constant.
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Furthermore, the cooling of the exhaust air allows finishing agents, oils and waxes to recondense and be separated; further aiding the environment.
Allow the gas coming off the boiling mixture to recondense by letting the ambient cool it down.
The VOCs then migrate into the cooler green sand mold and recondense. Advanced oxidation dislodges the condensed volatiles from the clay and sand surfaces, restores the hydrophilic binding propensity of the clay, and prevents them from re-volatilizing as VOCs during molding, pouring, cooling and shakeout.
Importantly, since excited orthohelium cannot fully relax back to the ground state, it remains available to recondense with atomic hydrogen in the chromosphere.
The change begins with you, the first thing is that you recondense the current method of teaching is wrong, so do something about it, you already have.
liquid) mercury can vaporize at room temperature or when incinerated with municipal waste but will recondense on dust or moisture in the atmosphere and return to earth where it can enter the food chain.
In contrast to those at the Fukushima site, which require pumps to keep the water flowing, a self-contained system, according to Stubbins, allows the steam to rise, recondense, and then fall back into the reactor, where it can again cool the core.
Colder water from the depths is sucked up through a long 1,000m pipe to recondense the ammonia vapour that has been used to drive the turbine.