condensable vapors

condensable vapors

[kən′den·sə·bəl ′vā·pərz]
(chemistry)
Gases or vapors which when subjected to appropriately altered conditions of temperature or pressure become liquids.
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This polymer is the most commonly used membrane material for separation of large condensable vapors from permanent gases [11-13].
Pyrolysis converts organics such as biomass into three phases: solid (char), liquid (tars, condensable vapors, etc.
Three phases are produced during the thermal transformation of biomass under an inert atmosphere: gas/aerosol, liquid (tars, condensable vapors, etc.