In conjunction with Se uptake, cultivars are evaluated for ability to volatilize
Se as a gaseous compound (18).
The lid quickly creates a reducing atmosphere in the crucible, in which only live carbons and additives that can volatilize
gases will be detected.
However, the cured counterparts of these elastomers will usually contain lesser amounts of N-nitrosamines since the heat needed to cure the sample volatilizes
most N-nitrosamines causing them to be expelled.
Don't worry about inebriating your dinner guests or adding "empty" calories, cooks are told; virtually all of the alcohol volatilizes
during food preparation.
"But when nitrogen volatilizes
, you wind up with a ratio of two to one, or occasionally even one to one."
In addition, the coupling of the electromagnetic field with the penetrating liquid phase volatilizes
high-vapor pressure elements (i.e., manganese in cast iron) which move through the refractory structure, coating the surface grain and effectively acting as a wetting agent to further promote penetration.
Flame retardants that melt and volatilize
within the welding temperature range, such as that incorporated in the 30% talc-filled PP grade, can result in increased void formation.