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Any substance in the gaseous, or aëriform, state, the condition of which is ordinarily that of a liquid or solid.
In a loose and popular sense, any visible diffused substance floating in the atmosphere and impairing its transparency, as smoke, fog, etc.
To pass off in fumes, or as a moist, floating substance, whether visible or invisible, to steam; to be exhaled; to evaporate.
To emit vapor or fumes.
The gas given off by a solid or liquid substance at ordinary temperatures.
The gaseous state of any substance.
gaseous chemical present in the air as a mixture of gas and liquid.
The gaseous state of a substance that, under ordinary conditions, is liquid or solid.
A visible exhalation as a fog, mist, steam or smoke diffused with or suspended in the air.
a gas at a temperature below the critical temperature, so that it can be liquefied by compression, without lowering the temperature. economics acronym
The state of water in the hydrologic cycle in which individual molecules are highly energized and move about freely; also known as gas/gaseous.
A gas which is below its 'critical temperature', that is, when it can be liquefied by pressure alone.
is the gaseous phase of a substance which at ordinary temperature and pressure exists as a liquid.
A substance in the gaseous state; especially one that is liquid under ordinary conditions.
Any substance existing in a gaseous state.
The gaseous state of a substance as distinguished from permanent gases. A gaseous fluid may be classified as either a vapor or a gas. If it is near the region of condensation, it is called a vapor. If it is well above the region of condensation, it is called a gas. Vapors in general do not follow the ideal gas law, and engineers prefer to use tables and charts based on experimental data when working with vapors. Gases, however, may obey the ideal gas laws over a wide range of temperature and pressure.
A gaseous form of matter.
the gaseous state of a material normally encountered as a liquid or solid.
a substance in the gaseous state as distinguished from the liquid or solid state (water vapor) Understanding Watersheds
A substance in air similar to a gas, but produced by the evaporation of a liquid into the air. Solvents usually enter the body in the form of a liquid.
implies a gas that is not far from a state of condensation.
a visible suspension in the air of particles of some substance
a gaseous state below its critical temperature
a gas existing below the substance's critical temperature (temperature at the critical point, c
a gas, not solid material or liquid droplets
The gaseous phase of substances such as water. Vaporize Conversion of a liquid into vapor.
Gas given off, with or without the aid of heat, by substances that under ordinary conditions are either solid or liquid.
Something that is in the gaseous state of matter.
a substance in the form of a gas having no Fixed shape.
The gaseous phase of a material that is in the solid or liquid state at standard temperature and pressure.
The gas given off by substances that are solids or liquids at ordinary atmospheric pressure and temperatures. Vapor Dispersion: The movement of vapor clouds or plumes in the air due to wind, gravity, spreading, and mixing.
Another name for a gas.
Water in the gaseous state.
the gaseous phase of substances that are liquid or solid at atmospheric temperature and pressure, e.g. steam.
A visible suspension in the air of a substance's particles.
A fluid in gaseous form.
The gaseous phase of any substance that is liquid or solid at atmospheric temperature and pressures. Steam is an example of a vapor.
The gas formed by the evaporation of liquids.
Fine separated particles floating in the air and clouding it. A substance in the gaseous state. ( 099)
Barely visible or cloudy diffused matter.
The gaseous form of any substance.
the gaseous form of substances that are normally in the solid or liquid state, and that can be changed to these states either by increasing the pressure or decreasing the temperature.
When a liquid changes to a gaseous form. The ability of the gas to hold moisture will reduce as temperatures reduce; more moisture can be contained in the gas as the temperatures increase.
a substance in a gaseous state at a temperature below that necessary for condensation to occur (i.e., the boiling point)
The gaseous state of a substance which is a liquid or solid at room temperature.
Water that exists as gas in the air.
The gas given off, with or without the aid of heat, by substances that under ordinary circumstances are liquid.
The gaseous form of a solid or liquid substance as it evaporates.
A gas formed by boiling or evaporating a liquid.
The gaseous state of a substance which under ordinary conditions exists as a liquid or solid.
a gaseous form of a material which is normally solid or liquid at room temperature and pressure.
The gaseous state of a material below its boiling point.
A diffused substance suspended in the air.
The gaseous state of a solid or liquid.
Substance in gaseous form.
The gaseous product of evaporation.
An air dispersion of molecules of a substance that is normally a liquid or solid at standard temperature and pressure.