refrigerant

cooling action, reduces fever

Refrigerant

A refrigerant is a substance or mixture, usually a fluid, used in a heat pump and refrigeration cycle. In most cycles it undergoes phase transitions from a liquid to a gas and back again. Many working fluids have been used for such purposes. Fluorocarbons, especially chlorofluorocarbons, became commonplace in the 20th century, but they are being p...
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Refrigerant

A substance that remains a gas at low temperatures and pressure and can be used to transfer heat. Freon is an example and is used in air conditioning systems.
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Refrigerant

• (n.) That which makes to be cool or cold; specifically, a medicine or an application for allaying fever, or the symptoms of fever; -- used also figuratively. • (a.) Cooling; allaying heat or fever.
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refrigerant

(from the article `The Environment`) On June 22, at a conference in Brussels on `green` refrigerants supported by UNEP and Greenpeace, Coca-Cola, McDonald`s, and Unilever announced that ... These inorganic uses, as a flux and in the manufacture of aluminum, formerly constituted almost the whole of the fluorine industry. The or...
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Refrigerant

- A substance that remains a gas at low temperatures and pressure and can be used to transfer heat. Freon is an example and is used in air conditioning systems.
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refrigerant

refrigerating adjective causing cooling or freezing; `a refrigerant substance such as ice or solid carbon dioxide`
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Refrigerant

Re·frig'er·ant adjective [ Latin refrigerans , present participle of refrigerare : confer French réfrigérant . See Refrigerate .] Cooling; allaying heat or fever. Bacon.
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refrigerant

A chemical used in refrigeration, to keep substances cool.
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refrigerant

A chemical, such as butane or gum-freeze, that makes a surface colder when the chemical is sprayed on it. Refrigerants can be toxic and/or highly inflammable (or flammable, depending on what you`re used to) and therefore should be used with a great deal of caution.
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Refrigerant

a cooling preparation taken orally or applied externally
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Refrigerant

A liquid such as Freon that is use in cooling devices to absorb heat from surrounding air or liquids as it evaporates.
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Refrigerant

A substance that remains a gas at low temperatures and pressure and can be used to transfer heat. Fr
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Refrigerant

A substance used to provide cooling.
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refrigerant

refrigerant 1. Cooling or freezing. 2. In medicine, reducing fever.
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Refrigerant

Relieves fever and thirst. A cooling remedy. Lowers body temperature.
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Refrigerant

Relieves fever and thirst. A cooling remedy. Lowers body temperature. Examples
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Refrigerant

The compound (working fluid) used in air conditioners, heat pumps, and refrigerators to transfer heat into or out of an interior space. This fluid boils at a very low temperature enabling it to evaporate and absorb heat.
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Refrigerant

The compound (working fluid) used in air conditioners, heat pumps, and refrigerators to transfer heat into or out of an interior space. This fluid boils at a very low temperature enabling it to evaporate and absorb heat.
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refrigerant

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-frij′ĕr-ănt Definitions: 1. Cooling; reducing slight fever. 2. An agent that gives a sensation of coolness or relieves feverishness.
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refrigerant

[adj] - causing cooling or freezing 2. [n] - a substance used to provide cooling (as in a refrigerator)
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