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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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Even crematoria contribute their share, volatilizing the mercury in tooth fillings.
Then in 1988, researchers at the University of Munster in Germany reported successfully volatilizing proteins with a technique called "matrix-assisted laser desorption." The Munster chemists embedded sample proteins within a matrix of organic molecules, such as nicotinic acid.
A deeper knowledge of what we use to drink should in our wishes induce a better respect for the "game's rules", and this shall surely develop in a higher and higher chance to succeed in enjoying the good result of a blend of factors, joined during the years in a nearly casual, I would say artistic, way: * aroma's solubility in the lipidic phase * oils emulsifying by means of pressure * volatilizing in the cup of the oil dissolved aromas,
Accordingly, ingenious techniques have been developed for instantaneously and reproducibly volatilizing the molecule in the instrument.
The lower pH resulted in less ammonia evaporating, or volatilizing, from the litter.