condensable

[kuhn-den-suh-buhl]
adjective
capable of being condensed.


Origin:
1635–45; condense + -able

condensability, noun
noncondensable, adjective
uncondensable, adjective
uncondensableness, noun
uncondensably, adverb
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condense (kənˈdɛns)
 
vb
1.  (tr) to increase the density of; compress
2.  to reduce or be reduced in volume or size; make or become more compact
3.  to change or cause to change from a gaseous to a liquid or solid state
4.  chem to undergo or cause to undergo condensation
 
[C15: from Latin condēnsāre, from dēnsāre to make thick, from dēnsusdense]
 
con'densable
 
adj
 
con'densible
 
adj
 
condensa'bility
 
n
 
condensi'bility
 
n

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Example sentences
Condensable particulate matter forms by chemical reactions as well as by
  physical phenomena.
The condensable portion remaining after evaporation of the aqueous portion is
  reported as the impinger catch.
Explain how a combustion facility could form condensable particulate matter if
  there is incomplete combustion in the process.
The final provisions on condensable particulate matter emissions were not
  adopted without notice, as you have claimed.
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