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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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In an inhalation study conducted in animals, one goal might be to use a volatilized PCB mixture with a congener profile most similar to a "typical" human inhalation exposure.
It is lost from soils, but some may be volatilized as alkyl derivatives.
Drawbacks to this technique are avoiding cold spots and driving volatilized hydrocarbons into the high vacuum pump along with temperature limitations in O-ring systems.
The VOC emissions from lumber drying are volatilized along with the water as both are evaporated from wet lumber.
Once volatilized, the contaminant is extracted through a network of vapor extraction and groundwater pumping wells.
Investigation of the distribution of chromium over the depth of facing layer of S-300 powder and of the topography of the surface in chromium emission shows that all of the chromium is concentrated in the facing layer; it is not volatilized while being deposited and does not diffuse into the backing.
It is characteristic that the content of sulphide sulphur in ash particles continuously decreases with increasing of the excess air factor, but at the same time the quantities of sulphate and volatilized sulphur increase.
The researchers were particularly excited by the amount of selenium volatilized by wetland ponds.
We paid special attention to the relative importance of the fume produced from the burning black liquor droplets versus the fume volatilized from the char bed.
Together, the CAFOs generated an estimated 811,500 kg of nitrogen (N) each year, more than 70% of which volatilized into the atmosphere.
Because dishwashers continuously vent some 5 to 7 liters of air per minute into the kitchen, the volatilized pollutants almost immediately begin circulating within the house.
Thus, the most plausible hypothesis for the origin of the crystals is that they were formed in a fracture of the rock from gases containing unburned and volatilized explosive resulting from a blast.