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Essay heading: A Trip Through The Pipes
 
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It is just the opposite for liquidation. Gas needs to lose energy and heat to turn into liquid. Now, since liquidation and vaporization is defined, we have to take a look at how they actually function to make AC work. To understand the process of how air-conditioner cools the air inside a house, you just have to follow the refrigerant - a unique chemical that can easily convert from gas to liquid, and liquid to gas - on its trip...
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The trip is divided into three main stations: compressor, condenser, and evaporator. The first stop is called compressor, which is located in the outside part of air conditioner. Refrigerant enters compressor as a low-temperature, low-pressure gas. The compressor squeezes this gas and makes molecules closer...
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