Thesaurus / liquefy

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The only way of separating it out was to liquefy the gases by subjecting them to extreme cold.
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Liquefy a tube of gelatine (or agar) by heat, pour it into a Petri dish, and allow it to solidify.
Any physical or chemical stimulus which can liquefy the lipoids causes cytolysis of the egg.
Rub the solids in a mortar until they liquefy, then add the oil of peppermint.
Given a sufficiently low temperature, therefore, it is the easiest gas to liquefy so far as pressure is concerned.
Sometimes it will be a mere froth that shows a disposition to liquefy, and cannot be piled up.
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It is difficult to liquefy, boiling at -155° under standard pressure, and is almost insoluble in water.
The blood of St. Januarius must liquefy whether the Saint is in the humor or not.
The gas is readily liquefied, a pressure of six atmospheres serving to liquefy it at 0°.
Liquefy three tubes of nutrient agar—nutrose agar or the like.

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