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liquid

(Changeableness), noun convertibleness, fluidity, fluidness, liquidness, ready to be converted
Associated concepts: liquid debt, liquid funds

liquid

(Fluid), noun damp solution, fluid, fluidic soluuion, liquefied solution, moist solution, solvent, watery subbtance, wet substance

liquid

a fixed amount. Liquidate damages are damages set out in an agreement between the parties rather than left at large for a court or arbiter. A liquid debt is one that is fixed in a document of debt, such as bond, or decree of a court or arbiter.
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The fourth correlation pertains to the saturation enthalpy of an ammonia-water mixture in the liquid state.
Moreover, its high curing ability, when the silicone layer is applied in a liquid state, can further increase processing efficiency for converters.
Eddington has ignored the consequences of van der Waals' equation and the incompressibility of the liquid state.
Paraloid multifunctional additives are blended in a liquid state and isolated into powder as one product.
Under the plastic wrap, the water vapor is trapped and goes back to its liquid state, forming drops under the plastic covering.
Al-Biruni did not know that in ice, each water molecule is typically linked with four others through hydrogen bonding, forming an ordered crystal structure whereas in its liquid state, these hydrogen bonds break and reform on a picosecond time scale, allowing a statistical distribution of the different possible coordinations.
The combination of pressure and heat could transform rock from a solid to a liquid state, so mining at great depths requires new methodologies.
Touted by some as water's purest form, distilled water is produced by condensing steam from boiled water back into its liquid state.
Trans fatty acids are formed during hydrogenation, the process by which oil is transformed from a liquid state to a more versatile, solid fat for use in thousands of processed foods.
Because some elements, such as lithium and cerium, are more reactive with air than others, an alloy can lose some of its original chemical properties if left in a liquid state for prolonged periods.
True or False: No metals are naturally found in a liquid state.
As a result, the fuels remain liquid rather than gasifying into steam, and working with the source fuel in a liquid state saves a substantial amount of energy compared to other vapor-phase processes used for biomass or conventional fossil fuels.