What does 10° subcooling mean for refrigerant?

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This 10° of subcooling PROVES that not only is it fully liquid but that it has given up more sensible heat energy—enough to drop 10° below the boiling temperature at that pressure. With refrigerant, we measure the subcooling between the condenser and the metering device, and it gives us a lot of information.

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