What is liquified?

  • (adj): Changed from a solid to a liquid state.
    Synonyms: melted, liquid
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on liquified:

Energy Content Of Biofuel - Energy and CO2 Output of Common Fuels
15%(C16H32O2)+75%(C18H34O2)+9%(LA)+1%(ALA))2.80 14.03 Gaseous Fuels Methane (CH4) 55 – 55.7 (Liquified) 23.0 – 23.3 (Methane leak exerts 23 × greenhouse effect of CO2) 2.74 20.05-20.30 Hydrogen (H2 ...
Condensed Matter Physics - History - Classical Physics
... that elements that were then believed to be gases, such as nitrogen and hydrogen could be liquified under the right conditions and would then behave as metals ... Faraday, then an assistant in Davy's lab, successfully liquified chlorine and went on to liquify all known gaseous elements, with the exception of nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen. 1911, just three years after helium was first liquified, Onnes working at University of Leiden discovered superconductivity in mercury, when he observed the electrical resistivity in mercury ...
Alternative Fuel Vehicle - Single Fuel Source - Liquified Natural Gas (LNG)
... Liquified natural gas is natural gas that has been cooled to a point at which it becomes a cryogenic liquid ... First, pipeline natural gas is liquified in large quantities, which is analogous to refining gasoline or diesel ...
Petroleum - Chemistry
... gases are either flared off, sold as liquified petroleum gas under pressure, or used to power the refinery's own burners ... Liquified under pressure slightly above atmospheric, it is best known for powering cigarette lighters, but it is also a main fuel source for many developing countries ... Propane can be liquified under modest pressure, and is consumed for just about every application relying on petroleum for energy, from cooking to heating to transportation ...

More definitions of "liquified":

  • (adj): Reduced to a liquid state.
    Synonyms: liquefied