- found: McGraw-Hill dictionary of scientific and technical terms, 2003: p. 2242 ("vapor-(thermo[dynamics])--a gas at a temperature below the critical temperature, so that it can be liquefied by compression, without lowering the temperature)
- found: Academic Press dictionary of science and technology, 1992: p. 2315 ("vapor--physical chemistry)
- found: Chambers dictionary of science and technology, 1999: p. 1228 (Vapour--a gas which is at a temperature below its critical mass and therefore can be liquefied)
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