Definition of "vaporization" [vap•o•ri•za•tion]

  • A conversion of a solid or a liquid into a gas. (noun)
  • A destruction of something by turning it into vapor. (noun)

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Use "vaporization" in a sentence
  • "As said above: It’s called vaporizer … en. wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaporizer (Yes, a Wikilink * duh*) Several scientific studies have been done showing that vaporization is a means of cannabis delivery less injurious to health than smoking."
  • "The conversion of liquid to gas is called vaporization or evaporation (Figure 3)."
  • "Extra CO2 leads to extra IR at the surface, which evaporates more water, which ROBS the surface of the energy for vaporization, which is a NEGATIVE feedback at the surface and LOWERS surface temperature."