volatilize


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e·vap·o·rate

(ē-vap'ŏ-rāt),
To cause or undergo evaporation.
Synonym(s): volatilize

volatilize

(vŏl′ă-tĭl-īz)
To vaporize a liquid or solid.
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A flux designed for Pb-free processing can volatilize until 217[degrees]C when used with SAC alloy solders, but its outgassing paths will be closed at 183[degrees]C if used with SnPb solders.
The chemicals volatilize on warm days, then enter the water system when blown over the lakes or the rivers and streams that feed them.
Since many dish detergents contain chlorine, Corsi suspects that as they react with food scraps, they "will form some pretty nasty chlorinated organics in the dishwasher, and they will volatilize." This will add to whatever chemicals had been in the water, he says.
In conjunction with Se uptake, cultivars are evaluated for ability to volatilize Se as a gaseous compound (18).
To volatilize the cyanide and precipitate copper from the tailings, Bateman Engineers recommended that 2 lb/st Cytox be added in the pH-adjustment tank.
Today we rely on organic acids and materials that volatilize at soldering temperatures to reduce solids content.
If ample time is not permitted for flux to volatilize, harmful (conductive and moisture-absorbing) residues inherent in flux chemistries will remain and create potential for electrochemical failures.
Studies from the late 1980s suggested that plants volatilize about 30 percent of the selenium entering a wetland.
The lid quickly creates a reducing atmosphere in the crucible, in which only live carbons and additives that can volatilize gases will be detected.
Hydrazine's issues are pretty well documented, so we went up to the next larger molecule, which was ethylene diamine." She says one advantage to ethylene diamine is that it remains a liquid at room temperature, unlike ammonia-based solvents, which volatilize at or near room temperature.
Because many toxic chemicals can volatilize out of water, Bhattacharya's group decided to look at postural sway in 28 apparently healthy wastewater-treatment workers.