Liquefaction

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Not to be confused with Liquidation.

Geology[edit]

In geology, liquefaction refers primarily to soil liquefaction.

Physics and chemistry[edit]

In physics and chemistry, Liquefaction, sometimes liquification, refers to any process which either generates a liquid from a solid or a gas, or generates a non-liquid phase which behaves in accordance with fluid dynamics. [1]

It can refer to:

Biology[edit]

In biology, liquefaction refers to a liquid state of decomposed tissue.

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