Definition of Liquefactions
1. liquefaction [n] - See also: liquefaction
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liquefactions
Literary usage of Liquefactions
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1907)
"Furthermore, 79 per cent of the cup liquefactions, 29 per cent of the funnel ... of the stratiform liquefactions were not manifest until after the 1oth day. ..."
2. Liquid Air and the Liquefaction of Gases: A Practical Work Giving the Entire by Thomas O'Conor Sloane (1919)
"... of liquid ethylene which he prepared for his liquefactions. Such was the comment made by Prof. George Barker on his visit to the Royal Institution. ..."
3. Collected Reprints by Otto Charles Glaser (1904)
"Such liquefactions can be caused by lack of oxygen . . . .; but they may also be ... If such liquefactions occur in the neural and gastral plates, they, ..."
4. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1891)
"... of confusions," or " pure mythology " on which comment " seems hardly called for," a " tumbling ground of whimsies," a '• bog of logical liquefactions," ..."