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distillate

 [dis´tĭ-lāt]
a product of distillation.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

dis·til·late

(dis'ti-lāt),
The product of distillation.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

dis·til·late

(dis'ti-lāt)
The product of distillation.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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At the same time, stocks of heavy distillates and residues fell 10.2 per cent to 9.293 million barrels.
Elemental composition of shale oils and distillates, wt% Shale oil/ Element H/C distillate C H N S O (diff) KH 83.18 11.04 0.91 0.36 4.51 1.59 KG 83.87 10.98 1.52 0.45 3.18 1.57 TH 83.29 10.32 2.13 0.35 3.91 1.49 UJ 82.64 11.01 1.32 0.43 4.60 1.60 ZB 84.01 10.92 1.59 0.21 3.27 1.56 KH-LD 79.00 11.71 0.60 0.23 8.46 1.78 KH-MD 83.74 11.93 0.75 0.34 3.24 1.71 KH-HD 84.88 11.33 0.97 0.38 2.44 1.60 Note: diff - difference.
But that won't work at the moment because most of the other major refining and consuming regions have the same problem of too much distillate and not enough gasoline.
Figure 6 presents the weight map regarding the temperature of the 50% distillate, and shows that this parameter was important in discriminating eastern region samples, because they were all arranged in the yellow and red region of the map, which corresponds to temperatures between 73 and 75 [degrees]C.
"The slower pace of demand growth in middle distillates, compared to light distillates, and a large proportion of refining capacity being configured towards this segment will result in a surplus of middle distillates equal to 470 tbpd by 2020.
LONDON: Oil fell yesterday, edging away from record highs near $127 a barrel after Iran assured it had no plans to cut exports and US inventory showed a rise in supplies of distillates.
The food safety experts nevertheless noted that adverse effects due to drinking distillates in cases where nuts have been used as flavourings before distillation may not be perceived as due to nut allergens but rather be attributed to alcohol, and under-reporting may thus have occurred.
(CTT) recently announced it has signed an agreement with Paramus, NJ-based Pure Energy Corporation (PEC), a leader in engineered alternative fuel formulations, that enables PEC to incorporate a CTT-licensed cold-weather diesel performance treatment additive and a distillate fuel conditioner into PEC products.
will be unveiling its new selection of natural vegetable distillates. Other savory innovations, including a natural specialty rich in bell pepper character and an intense celery distillate, will also be highlighted at the show.
It was believed that the distilling process would 'cleanse' any immunities because even rotten fruit yield a clear distillate. Though his practice made sense economic it made for a beverage with a prety punch.
Motor gasoline accounted for 41 percent of the total; distillate fuel oil, 20 percent; and kerosene-type jet fuel, 9 percent.
Natural gas and distillate fuel oil [1] prices can rise rapidly during winter peak-demand months especially when stocks are low and demand increases quickly.