condensed phase


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condensed phase

[kən′denst ‚fāz]
(physical chemistry)
Either the solid or liquid phase of a material.
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Indeed, it is known that APP acts in the condensed phase via a protective char during combustion [43].
The term for the vapor pressure of the condensed phase in (1) is equated to sum of equilibrium vapor pressure of monomer, dimer, and trimer species.
In practice, calculating fugacity from such thermodynamic potentials is unwieldy, and for other substances in the condensed phase no such potential may be available.
([double dagger]) Real moist air includes the non-ideal behavior of water vapor in moist air due to molecular interaction, the total gas pressure and the solution of air in the water condensed phase (liquid or solid water).
The condensation begins at ~60 [[Angstrom].sup.2]/molecule and leads to the formation of a coherent liquid condensed phase, which collapses at 14.8 [[Angstrom].sup.2]/molecule.
"Green density of a powder compact and its influence on the steady-state wave velocity in combustion synthesis of condensed phase." Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 74(9): 2113-2116.
The next step, he says, is to demonstrate these processes can occur in a condensed phase, like in a film, rather than in solution.
He covers the potential energy surface, calculating the energy, molecular properties and the condensed phase, illustrations of the concepts, and how he performed calculations using the GAMESS program and visualized data using the MacMolPlt program.
Given the fact that the moisture conductivity trough the gas phase is initially several orders of magnitude higher than the conductivity trough the condensed phase, any cell-tocell moisture flux trough the condensed phase will be disregarded.
According to this method, the surface energy of any condensed phase is given by the following equation (Sharma et al., 2002).
condensed phase (char), measuring flame retardancy, physical properties, processing characteristics, toxicity and cost.

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