Liquefaction

Liq`ue*fac"tion

(lk`w*fk"shn), n. [L. liquefactio: cf. F. liqufaction. See Liquefy.] 1. The act or operation of making or becoming liquid; especially, the conversion of a solid into a liquid by the sole agency of heat.
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2. The state of being liquid.
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3. (Chem. Physics) The act, process, or method, of reducing a gas or vapor to a liquid by means of cold or pressure; as, the liquefaction of oxygen or hydrogen.
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