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Liquifaction

In physics and chemistry, the phase transitions from solid? and gas? to liquid? (melting and condensation, respectively) may be referred to as liquefaction. The melting point (sometimes called liquefaction point) is the temperature and pressure at which a gas? becomes a liquid?.

In commercial and industrial situations, the process of condensing a gas? to liquid? is sometimes referred to as liquefaction of gases. Liquefaction is also used in commercial and industrial settings to refer to mechanical dissolution? of a solid? by mixing, grinding or blending with a liquid?. Wikipedia, Liquifaction (external link)

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Melting Point


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