[lik-wuh-fey-shuh nt] /ˌlɪk wəˈfeɪ ʃənt/
something that liquefies or promotes liquefaction.
a substance that liquefies or causes liquefaction
becoming or causing to become liquid
liquefacient liq·ue·fa·cient (lĭk’wə-fā’shənt)
An agent capable of causing a solid to become liquid.
[lik-wuh-fak-shuh n] /ˌlɪk wəˈfæk ʃən/ noun 1. the act or process of or making . 2. the state of being . n. late 15c., from French liquéfaction, from Late Latin liquefactionem (nominative liquefactio), noun of action from past participle stem of liquefacere “to make liquid, melt” (see liquefy). liquefaction liq·ue·fac·tion (lĭk’wə-fāk’shən) n. liquefaction (lĭk’wə-fāk’shən)
- Liquefactive necrosis
liquefactive necrosis liq·ue·fac·tive necrosis (lĭk’wə-fāk’tĭv) n. Necrosis marked by a circumscribed lesion consisting of the fluid remains of necrotic tissue that was digested by enzymes. Also called colliquative necrosis.
[lik-wuh-fahy] /ˈlɪk wəˌfaɪ/ verb (used with or without object), liquefied, liquefying. 1. to make or become . /ˈlɪkwɪˌfaɪ/ verb -fies, -fying, -fied 1. (esp of a gas) to become or cause to become liquid v. early 15c., from Old French liquefier “liquefy, dissolve,” from Latin liquefacere “make liquid, melt,” from liquere “be fluid” (see liquid […]
- Liquefied natural gas
noun 1. a mixture of various gases, esp methane, liquefied under pressure for transportation and used as an engine fuel LNG