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Can you tell me the difference between a gas condenser and a water condenser? View All

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Mike Wifado
A condenser is used to change a gas to a liquid. On a water condenser steam is cooled into a liquid. In a gas condenser it would take different temperatures to condense different gases into their liquid state. Some research pointed out that gas condensers were used to clean some gases of certain impurities that would come out by changing the temperature

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