condensate

Definitions

  • Evans's Non-Condensing Engine
    Evans's Non-Condensing Engine
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n condensate atmospheric moisture that has condensed because of cold
    • n condensate a product of condensation
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Additional illustrations & photos:

Optical System without Condenser Optical System without Condenser
Action of Condenser Action of Condenser
Forms of Condensers Forms of Condensers

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: Chocolate Timeline:1824: John Cadbury, an English Quaker, begins roasting and grinding chocolate beans to sell in his tea and coffee shop. In 1842 Cadbury's Chocolate Company in England creates the first chocolate bar. 1875: A Swiss chocolate maker, Daniel Peter, mixes Henri Nestle's condensed milk with chocolate and the two men found a company to manufacture the first milk chocolate. 1894: Milton Hershey adds a line of chocolate to his caramel manufacturing business. Soon he invents the Hershey Bar by experimenting with milk chocolate. Hershey's Cocoa appears next. 1896: Leonard Hershfield invents the Tootsie Roll, named after his daughter. 1897: Brownies are first mentioned in print, listed for sale in the Sears, Roebuck and Co. catalogue. 1940: The Mars company invents M&M's for soldiers going to World War II.
    • a Condensate Made dense; condensed. "Water . . . thickened or condensate ."
    • v. t Condensate To condense.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: The condensed water vapor in the sky left behind by jets is called a contrail.
    • condensate To condense; make dense or more dense.
    • condensate To become more dense, close, or compact.
    • condensate Made dense; condensed; made more close or compact.
    • n condensate The substance formed by condensation.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: The name of the point at which condensation begin is called the dew point.
    • v.t Condensate to condense: to compress into a closer form
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Quotations

  • Robert Southey
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    “If you would be pungent, be brief; for it is with words as with sunbeams -- the more they are condensed, the deeper they burn.”
  • James Mackintosh
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    “Maxims are the condensed good sense of nations.”
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    “If you must cry over spilled milk then please try to condense it”
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson
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    “Condense some daily experience into a glowing symbol and an audience is electrified.”
  • Robert Southey
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    “It is with words as with sunbeams -- the more they are condensed, the deeper they burn.”

Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. condensatus, p. p. of condensare,. See Condense (v. t.)
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. condensārecon, inten., and densus, dense.

Usage

In literature:

After condensed milks come condensed jellies.
"Golden Days for Boys and Girls" by Various
He is known to have discovered in the Tower the art of condensing fresh water from salt.
"Sir Walter Ralegh" by William Stebbing
The philosophers have ingenious instruments for condensing air.
"Rollo's Philosophy. [Air]" by Jacob Abbott
With sandwiches made of biscuits and condensed meat, we eked out a luncheon.
"Pharaoh's Broker" by Ellsworth Douglass
I observe some parts of the story which would be strengthened, even in their psychological interest, by condensation here and there.
"The Letters of Charles Dickens" by Charles Dickens
The person is very cold at such times, breath and lung far below the normal, and fully enough to condense gases to water.
"Philosophy of Osteopathy" by Andrew T. Still
The simple rewriting of an old story ordinarily involves a condensation of the facts.
"Newspaper Reporting and Correspondence" by Grant Milnor Hyde
Watt leads the steam out of the cylinder and condenses it in a separate vessel, leaving the cylinder hot.
"James Watt" by Andrew Carnegie
Condensed peat usually does not exceed 1.1.
"Peat and its Uses as Fertilizer and Fuel" by Samuel William Johnson
G is a pipe condenser for use toward the end of the drying operation.
"Seasoning of Wood" by Joseph B. Wagner
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In poetry:


Prune thou thy words; the thoughts control
That o'er thee swell and throng;--
They will condense within thy soul,
And change to purpose strong.
"Flowers Without Fruit" by John Henry Newman
Place me where no soft summer gale
Among the quivering branches sighs;
Where clouds condensed for ever veil
With horrid gloom the frowning skies;
"Horace: Book 1, Ode 22" by Samuel Johnson
``Tu—whit! Tu—whoo!'' the bird discoursed,
``Tu—whoo! Tu—whit!'' repeated:
Showing how matter was, when forced
Through space, condensed and heated;
"The Owl And The Lark" by Alfred Austin
"Or what is wit?" a meteor bright and rare,
What comes and goes we know not whence, or where;
A brilliant nothing out of something wrought,
A mental vacuum by condensing thought.
"Eccentricity" by Washington Allston
Now are they air condensed, or gather'd rays?
How guide they then our prayer or keep our ways,
By stronger blasts still subject to be toss'd,
By tempests scatter'd, and in whirlwinds lost?
"Solomon on the Vanity of the World, A Poem. In Three Books. - Knowledge. Book I." by Matthew Prior
That watched you fill your beds out of the condensation of thin
vapor and watched you change them,
That saw you soft and violent wear your boundaries down, eat
rock, shift places with the continents.
"Continent's End" by Robinson Jeffers

In news:

1 (14 ounce) can Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk.
Well, Through the Woods, a very short film, condenses the four-day festival experience in less than four minutes via the magic of time lapse and the music of Radiohead.
Being the cafe sua da lovers that we are, cans of condensed milk are never hard to find in our pantry.
Insulation materials have traditionally been applied to the interior or exterior of duct for a combination of purposes, including thermal efficiency, condensation control, and noise control.
8 oz uncooked macaroni 4 oz Cheezy Does It Cheese (or Velveeta), cubed 4 oz shredded cheddar cheese (1 cup) 1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup Parmesan cheese.
This interview with Tracey Matura , general manager for the Smart car unit of Mercedes-Benz USA, was conducted and condensed by Adam Bryant.
1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk 1 ½ cup chocolate chips ½ cup + marshmallow crème teddy grahams to dip.
US Development Group LLC (USDG), a Houston TX-based developer of rail logistics and terminal facilities, has begun operations at its Niobrara Crude Terminal (NCT), the third in a nationwide network of crude oil/condensate terminals.
Customers who invest in condensing oil-fired appliances pay an initial premium for the equipment, but can reap savings year after year through reduced consumption of fuel oil.
Regardless of the improvements, accuracy will suffer when orifices are used to measure a condensing vapor.
Road salts prompt Monroe-Woodbury Central School District to relocate air-conditioning condensers to the roof.
Mix sweetened condensed milk, whipped topping, peaches and milk together.
A Chinese opera troupe's condensed version of "The Peony Pavilion," staged in a Ming-style Shanghai garden, tries to breathe new life into a traditional art form in danger of disappearing, writes David Barboza.
Teju Cole's Condensed News.
The window's sash projects outward to reveal a screened-in opening that vents stagnant air, reduces condensation and keeps out insects.
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In science:

Here, theoretical condensation models have been used to justify much higher condensation temperatures.
Silicon carbide absorption features: dust formation in the outflows of extreme carbon stars
Extractors and Condensers Extractors and condensers are basic notions in theoretical computer science (and in particular derandomization theory) that constitute the main technical tools that we use for our code constructions.
Capacity Achieving Codes From Randomness Condensers
The parameters m, m(cid:48) , , m − m(cid:48) , and r log q − m(cid:48) are called the input entropy, output entropy, error, the entropy loss and the overhead of the condenser, respectively. A condenser is explicit if it is polynomial-time computable, and linear if it is a linear function in the first argument.
Capacity Achieving Codes From Randomness Condensers
On the other hand, when the entropy loss m−m(cid:48) is zero, the condenser does not lose any of the source entropy and is therefore called a lossless condenser.
Capacity Achieving Codes From Randomness Condensers
We will use the shorthand (m, )-extractor for an m → m(cid:48) condenser with output length m(cid:48) and (m, )-lossless condenser for an m → m condenser.
Capacity Achieving Codes From Randomness Condensers
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