For a few minutes his hopes revived as the possibility of victory flashed into his mind, but he was so depressed by his forlorn situation that such a hope evaporated as quickly as it had come.
However, this phenomenon is more intense when the humidity is high because perspiration or sweat does not evaporate quickly, preventing the body cooling quickly enough.
And he paid no further attention to the youth, ignoring him as though he had evaporated into thin air after his presumption. All the professor's attention was now concentrated on Desnoyers.
“If a cloud of gas and dust collapses under its own gravity, it immediately gets hotter and starts to evaporate,” York said.
Accordingly, larger amount of water can be evaporated in such air to cool it.
As the medium is heated up, the liquid component of the medium, for instance, water, evaporates from the KOH solution.
C.L. circled the downtown twice, going behind the shopping district and into the side streets, but Brent had evaporated.
Evaporate aquatic solution to 20 ml.
Fuel evaporates, that provides single phase gas composition of the whole fuel-air mixture.
Heat the suspension to achieve complete dissolution, and evaporate in vacuum to dryness.
1. vanish: dissolve, disappear, fade
2. dehydrate: desiccate, parch, dry, concentrate
4. vaporize: diffuse, dissipate, steam, distil