Definition of cricondenbar in English:

cricondenbar

Pronunciation /krɪˈkɒndənˌbɑː/

noun

Chemistry
  • The maximum pressure at which two phases of a substance (for example, liquid and vapour) can coexist.

Origin

1940s. From cri- + conden- + -bar (in ancient Greek βάρος weight, βαρύς heavy: see baro-), after earlier cricondentherm.