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condense (something) (in)to (something)

To reduce something into fewer parts, or to make something smaller or shorter. You definitely need to condense this paper into a shorter version because you're currently 20 pages over the limit.
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condense something (in)to something

to compress or reduce something to something; to shrink or abridge something into a smaller version. Condense this into half its original volume. You should condense this novel to a short story.
See also: condense, to
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The condensable particulate emissions were identified as being higher than anticipated.
Figure 3 shows a typical immersion-extraction profile for PDMS using a centrifugal C[O.sub.2] cleaning process employing liquid C[O.sub.2] to meet ASTM E 595 outgas performance criteria; in this case, attaining a total mass loss (TML) of 0.77% and collected volatile condensable material (CVCM) of 0.01% (ref.
Non Condensable Impacts on EER* and SEER* for TXV and Hot Attic Conditions Description [EER*.sub.A] [EER*.sub.A] [EER*.sub.A] [kW.sub.A] Capacity Impact % (kBtuh) Baseline 31,054 9.48 NA 3.28 0.3% 27,373 8.27 -12.2% 3.48 non-condensable Description [kW.sub.A] seer* seer*Impact Test Impact % % ID Baseline NA 9.21 NA 303 0.3% 6.13% 7.98 -13.4% 505 non-condensable Table 12 provides results for 0.3 oz (~0.3% system charge) of non-condensable nitrogen on the non-TXV unit.
Analysis of condensable products is performed by Agilent 6820 gas chromatograph equipped with a HP-innowax capillary column and a FID detector.
The problem is compounded because many gas-producing reservoirs are becoming depleted and are producing gas with increasing concentrations of condensable hydrocarbons.
Kramer N, Frankenberger R: Clinical performance of a condensable metal-reinforced glass ionomer cement in primary molars.
Condensable liquids constitute 25-60% of the gaseous products formed during pyrolysis.
Tar, the condensable residue of cigarette smoke, and includes many chemicals that are initiators and/or promoters in the development of lung cancer.
The product from condensate stripping is a condensable gas containing about 50 percent methanol, water vapour, TRS, and turpentine.
Only through the investigations of Regnault (whose efficient construction and careful observance of all disturbances in each field of measurements has exerted a beneficial influence) has it been demonstrated conclusively that several of these gases correspond in their deviations from the mentioned law to {the behavior of} condensable carbonic acid {carbon dioxide}.
A low cloud abundance means that there's less of the condensable substances, including water."
Methane in particular is important, because it is abundant and "condensable" in the visible atmosphere - the same role water plays on Earth.
By removing the gas ballast feature, which is significant for applications where condensable vapor removal is important, this creates a hermetically sealed pump from inlet to outlet with no moving seals and no possibility of accidental introduction of atmospheric air.