Definition of Condensate:

  1. Liquid formed by condensation.

  2. Gas oil, naphtha and other relatively light hydrocarbons (with some dissolved hydrocarbon gases such as butane and propane) which remain liquid at normal temperature and pressure. Recovered mainly from gas reservoirs, condensates are very similar to light stabilized crude oil and are used as feedstock for oil refining and other petrochemical industries.

How to use Condensate in a sentence?

  1. You need to know how different chemicals may react if they start to condensate and be prepared to handle them.
  2. You need to be able to deal with any condensate that comes from any liquids that you are going to work with in your factory.
  3. I knew that it would condensate at that temperature because I read the book and it told me that it would do so.
  4. Other species build ‘fog traps,’ pushing up sand ridges perpendicular to airflow, then move back along them, flattening them to extract the collected condensate.

Meaning of Condensate & Condensate Definition