saturated liquid

saturated liquid

[′sach·ə‚rād·əd ′lik·wəd]
(chemistry)
A solution that contains enough of a dissolved solid, liquid, or gas so that no more will dissolve into the solution at a given temperature and pressure.
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We saw glitter and holographic tints in everything from lip glosses, lipsticks, eyeshadows, loose pigments, face highlighter (both in powder and super saturated liquid form), primers and eye liners.
The pressure-enthalpy chart for a refrigerant contains a couple of boundary lines, representing the heat content of the fluid when it is liquid on the point of boiling (the saturated liquid line) and when it is gas on the point of condensing (the saturated vapor line).
At the exit of the COND, the solution of ammonia-water is a saturated liquid and its pressure is reduced to the intermediate level of pressure in RV1.
The saturated liquid (7) is divided in two parts (8, 9), one part (9) is passed through throttling valve (TV1) where pressure is reduced to evaporator pressure (10) and feed to evaporator (E1), and second part (8) is pumped by pump (P1) to the HRVG of RC cycle.
For initial modeling purposes, it is assumed that pure R-134a exits the separator as saturated liquid at state 3, while pure R-23 exits the separator as superheated vapor at state 6.
4]) and trans-1,3,3,3-tetrafluoropropene (R1234ze(E)) were measured in a combined temperature range from 242 K to 350 K at saturated liquid conditions.
After steam passes through the production process saturated liquid is rejected to the surrounding.
The model is currently being modified to create a new model that incorporates flow transition from the supercritical region to the two-phase region, start of two-phase flow from saturated liquid or saturated vapor, nucleation or liquid breakup during two-phase flow, and thermal and momentum nonequilibria of both phases.
1-5% of a saturated liquid oligomer of an unsaturated fatty acid, said oligomer having more than 30 carbon atoms; and 0.
The results presented here assume that refrigerant exits the evaporator as a saturated vapor at the evaporator pressure (state I in Figure 1) and exits the condenser as a saturated liquid at the condenser pressure (state 3).
c], the saturated liquid densities and the supercritical volumetric behaviour (Martin, 1967; Abbott, 1973).
DMTA measurements reveal that the glass transitions of both metallocene-catalyzed PPs shift from 10[degrees]C to -5[degrees]C when 30% APP141/70% bitumen and 30% APP145/70% bitumen blends are analyzed, suggesting a plasticization effect of saturated liquid resin on polypropylene.