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How much of your body is liquide?
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What actors and actresses appeared in Argent liquide - 2003?
Can you put a 18000 btu condenser with a 12000 btu evaporator?
no you cant because normally the condenser have inside is box the compresor so you have a pump that can produce the btu from is technical sheet!!and by this way the evaportor will not have enough surface to evaporate the liquide and the liquide will return to the compressor and the compresseur will probably broke realy fast because the compresseur is a pump that can put vapor only!! some condenseur have suction accumulator so its can accumulate small quatity of liquide for short amount of time and went the thank will be full the compressuer will pump the liquide !!
Asked in Chemistry, Science
Describe how you would measure PH of an unknown liquide?
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Why is High side pressure high Low side goes into vacuum?
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Is table salt a solid liquide or gass at room temp?
Asked in Chemistry
Who first liquified air?
Industrially speaking it was Georges Claude and Paul Delorme who developed a process for liquefying air to separate the components at the 'Air Liquide Co.' [France, 1902]. The first drops of liquid air and creation of the company of the same name where fact. [In 1902 Georges Claude and businessman Paul Delorme founded L'Air Liquide S.A. (Air Liquide) based on a method to liquify air that enabled large scale production of oxygen. Paul Delorme was the first president.]
Asked in French to English
What is the English translation of the French phrase 'Il ingurgite un liquide'?
"He's ingesting a liquid" is one English equivalent of the French phrase Il ingurgite un liquide. Specifically, the personal pronoun il means "he." The verb ingurgite means "(he) does ingests, ingests, is ingesting" in this context. The masculine singular indefinite article un means "a, one." The masculine noun liquide means "liquid." The pronunciation is "ee-leh-gyoor-zhee-teh lee-keed" in French.