critical temperature definition

  • noun:
    • The heat above which a gas may not be liquefied, no matter what the pressure used.
    • The temperature of which a material becomes a superconductor.
    • The heat in the vital point of a substance
  • others:
    • a particular heat, different for different fumes, but constantly equivalent for every gasoline, considered to be the heat above which no number of pressure can produce condensation to a liquid; the temperature above which a gas can't be liquified.
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