Translation of condensation in Spanish:


condensación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkɑnˌdɛnˈseɪʃ(ə)n/ /kɒndɛnˈseɪʃ(ə)n/


  • 1

    • 1.1(process)

      condensación feminine
      • If the air parcel is cooled, the gaseous water molecules slow down and take a liquid form, so condensation dominates.
      • A gas changing to a liquid is condensation and a liquid changing to a solid is freezing.
      • There was probably a lot of sulphur, sulphuric acid, a lot of carbonation and condensation, all very damaging to the concrete.
      • The opposite of evaporation is condensation where vapor changes to a liquid.
      • The resulting upward motion at fronts causes cooling of the air, condensation of water vapour to produce clouds, and eventually precipitation.
      • The cuvettes were connected to a gas analyser by copper tubes that were warmed by electric cables to avoid condensation of water vapour.
      • The size of both tubes must be equal because the humidity of the air is changing constantly and so condensation of moisture on the tubes is different.
      • The condensation is generally activated from the vapour phase of the material.
      • While oil with just 300 hours of use appears to be in good condition, it can contain moisture picked up via condensation caused by temperature fluctuations.
      • Keep in mind, though, that some basement moisture problems stem from condensation rather than leakage, which will be discussed later in this guide.
      • By repeating vaporization and condensation, individual components in the solution can be recovered in a pure state.
      • And in top-quality work, both pipes should be insulated, hot water to minimize heat loss and cold water to prevent surface condensation.
      • If warm water affects evaporation, let's see if cooling water vapor affects condensation!
      • Avoid condensation of water on fruit after it is removed from cold storage.
      • If the air cools below this point it is supersaturated with water, and condensation occurs to restore the balance.
      • In cold climates, the condensation and frosting of water vapor when warm exhaust air meets subzero outdoor temperatures is a concern.
      • They have shown that Mars today has a unique climate that is dominated by the condensation and sublimation of its major atmospheric constituent, carbon dioxide.
      • The melting and freezing point of a liquid are always the same temperature, the boiling point and the condensation point are also at a characteristic temperature.
      • When the temperature drops below what is termed the dew-point, there is a net condensation and a cloud formation can occur.
      • If more molecules are leaving the gas and becoming liquid then the process is condensation.

    • 1.2(on windows etc)

      vapor masculine
      vaho masculine
      • Reduce the potential for condensation on cold surfaces by adding insulation.
      • If the warm packages are handled with unsterile hands or placed on cold surfaces where condensation may form, the sterility of the package may be compromised.
      • It can help to reduce building maintenance requirements by eliminating or drastically reducing condensation on the interior surfaces of windows, particularly in cold climates.
      • If the moist air can't reach the cool surfaces, it won't release water as condensation.
      • He wiped away a layer of condensation from the surface, all cold and slippery, then peered into his pores.
      • Evoke felt the cold also as condensation from the cold rose up from the wet ground.
      • Also known as hydrosols, floral waters are the condensation that is collected after plants are steamed to extract their essential oils.
      • Typically, plates are inverted during incubation to prevent condensation droplets from falling onto the surface of the agar.
      • Since fans have to be installed inside to evaporate water condensation, a lot of noise is caused, which is more difficult to resolve than dripping.
      • Oh, how wondrous it looked to him; the red and yellow striped umbrella calling out his hunger, with pretzels and chips suspended in a case on the cart, sodas and water sweating beads of condensation.
      • The ceiling fans are on, the droplets of condensation are running in rivulets down our lime sodas, the table is laid.
      • The conditions causing mold (such as water leaks, condensation, infiltration, or flooding) should be corrected to prevent mold from growing.
      • In the winter, condensation on cold walls encourages mold growth, but even thick insulation can be invaded if vapor barriers in exterior walls are not effective.
      • Thinking back, I recalled droplets of condensation.
      • Are windows and interior surfaces free of condensation?
      • Making his way to one of the deep blue glass pillars that adorned the laboratory, he gently swept some beads of condensation off the surface.
      • Floaters often look like cobwebs, worms, rings, dots, or specks, which are actually condensations in the vitreous humor of the eye.
      • Don't have a bath or shower before viewers arrive as the room will be steamy and it might give the impression that you have a condensation problem.
      • In the case of a condensation problem, you should have your basement insulated with some dry-lined, insulated plasterboard.
      • The second is that as it is exposed to the warmer air of the room it gains a featherlight condensation, the gentlest acknowledgement of its chill freshness.

  • 2

    (process) condensación feminine
    (abbreviated version) versión condensada feminine
    • We have one other major article, a condensation of a piece by Dave Snowden from the Journal of Knowledge Management.
    • He has written about a hundred short stories, many articles, condensations of Ramayan and Mahabharat, Chalantika, a much-used Bengali dictionary and translated the Gita and Meghdoot.
    • So I offer the following condensations on the basis that they'll either inspire trips to the bookshop, or save you the bother.
    • He's a condensation of the many things that are broken in people - the dull, agonizing itches that persist deep within us.
    • Anticipating the visual world of television, it surpassed even the condensations of the news weeklies and digest by summarizing in photographs instead of in text.
    • The second, ‘Of the Passions', was a condensation and revision of the second book of the Treatise.
    • The stag films, promotional and training material, B-movie condensations, countdown leaders, newsreels and intertitles he uses operate as commentary rather than as entertainment.
    • And I've just discovered that this cluster is also referred to as a condensation, as in ‘a small local cluster of galaxies that condensed out of the general expansion of the Universe’.
    • It's online to subscribers only but it is essentially a severe condensation of my monograph on the subject.
    • The house is a condensation of the past, representing how this city has developed from a century ago to the present.
    • Death prevented this and Oberon has steadily resisted improvement at a variety of hands; the most satisfactory version does seem to be a condensation of the composer's original.
    • Where were the unpredictable twists of idea and phrase that poetic condensation conjures up?
    • The image is a heavily marked condensation of motifs concerned with repressed sexuality, knowledge, visibility and vision, intellectuality, and desire.