Superheat meaning

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To heat excessively; overheat.
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To heat (steam not in contact with water) beyond its saturation point, so that a drop in temperature will not cause reconversion to water.
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To heat a substance above a phase-transition temperature without the transition occurring. For example, water can be heated above its boiling point without boiling; the introduction of an impurity or physical disturbance can then trigger boiling. Superheating is an example of hysteresis.
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To heat (steam or other vapor not in contact with its own liquid) beyond its saturation point at a given pressure.
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To heat (a liquid) above its boiling point without causing vaporization.
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The amount by which a vapor is superheated.
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The heat imparted during the process of superheating.
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To heat (a liquid) above its boiling point without vaporizing it.
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The number of degrees by which the temperature of superheated steam exceeds the temperature of the steam at its saturation point.
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To heat a liquid above its boiling point.
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To heat a vapour above its saturation point.
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To heat too much, to overheat.

To superheat an oven.

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