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noun as in fumes, mist

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Warmer oceans and air increase the evaporation of water vapor into the air, fueling a more potent storm.

They are heating up so much that their rock turns to vapor as they fall.

The platinum generates heat by combusting any methanol vapor that comes in contact with it.

They then used vapor deposition to grow nanowires inside these pores made from perovskite, a type of photosensitive compound used in solar cells.

Battelle’s system turns a 35-percent solution of hydrogen peroxide into a vapor.

As a result, the vapor measurements Mahar obtained are likely the best-case scenario.

Back then there were no vapor cigarettes for you simulate smoking.

If you plan to take in vapor in such amounts, you have to get juice with a low nicotine content to avoid poisoning yourself.

And the business of science, medicine, and faith itself is to restore or at least to prop up hope, that most complex vapor.

The color palette in Batman Begins is something I brought to the party, too—that rusty, sodium-vapor color.

Should the vapor not condense well, the test-tube may be immersed in a glass of cold water.

He crouched, nerves and muscles tense, controled in spite of the torturous cloud of scalding vapor that pressed close to him.

An exceedingly few rays of the sun, concentrated by a burning mirror, will convert gold and platina into vapor.

Nor would a planet, covered over for ages with a thick screen of vapor, be a novelty yet in the universe.

He loosed the blankets from his shoulders, and floundering down the slope was lost in the vapor.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vapor, such as: condensation, fog, gas, moisture, smog, and smoke.

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