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The formation of liquid droplets in a gas as a well is produced and the pressure drops. Some hydrocarbons exist naturally above their critical temperatures in the reservoir; as a result, when pressure is decreased, instead of expanding to form a gas, they condense to form a liquid. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_H-11|H-11]].
 
The formation of liquid droplets in a gas as a well is produced and the pressure drops. Some hydrocarbons exist naturally above their critical temperatures in the reservoir; as a result, when pressure is decreased, instead of expanding to form a gas, they condense to form a liquid. See Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_H-11|H-11]].
 
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The formation of liquid droplets in a gas as a well is produced and the pressure drops. Some hydrocarbons exist naturally above their critical temperatures in the reservoir; as a result, when pressure is decreased, instead of expanding to form a gas, they condense to form a liquid. See Figure H-11.