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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Industry, Electrical
condensercon‧dens‧er /kənˈdensə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  1 TIa piece of equipment that changes a gas into a liquid2 TEEa machine for storing electricity, especially in a car engine
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condenserThis is heated and steam carries the essential oils into a condenser and then a separator.Electret microphones use a polarised condenser instead of a crystal.When Watt's master patent for his separate condenser expired in 1800, he retired from active work.At the same time the air pump removes waste water and air from the separate condenser thus maintaining a vacuum in it.Steam beneath the cylinder therefore rushes into the separate condenser because of the vacuum and is condensed by an injection of cold water.Fans are used to draw ambient air over the condenser and air over the evaporator inside.The variable steam demand of the hospital is met by carefully regulating the load-using condensers.A water condenser was fitted to the front of the radiator, an extra fuel tank was added and the suspension strengthened.
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