sublimation[ suhb-luh-mey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF sublimation
Synonyms for sublimation
Antonyms for sublimation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUBLIMATION
In them was seen a sublimation of all of her; it was not necessary to look further: there she lived.
The Freudian school of psychologists calls this "sublimation."
This in general is the process of substitution or sublimation.
It is further purified by sublimation or recrystallization from water.
In the sublimation of sulphur, a pot containing about four cwt.
This matter must likewise be rejected as useless after every sublimation.
In this case a Glauber's Salt remains after the sublimation.
That by sublimation is, however, the one generally adopted in England.
As Arsenious anhydride:—Obtained in a weighed capsule or tube, either by the crystallisation or sublimation test.
The loss arising from a second sublimation is thus285 so great that the utmost care should be taken to avoid its necessity.