- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of volatilize.
“(Add vinegar to sulfited vegatables and the pH drops and volatilizes the SO-2).”
“Some of the rest goes into the water, and some volatilizes into the environment.”
“If the valve is opened, the methyl bromide is released and volatilizes in the air to become effective as a fumigant.”
“- Methyl bromide volatilizes relatively quickly on ventilation”
“Boric acid can be disruptive since it similarly volatilizes.”
“When heated on charcoal with the blowpipe it is converted into an oxide which volatilizes, leaving the charcoal unstained by any oxide coating.”
“It is possible, that, in smoking one hundred grains of tobacco, there _may_ be drawn into the mouth two grains or more of the same poison; "for, as nicotin volatilizes at a temperature below that of burning tobacco, it is constantly present in the smoke.”
“The mercury volatilizes, leaving the gold attached as a thin coating to the article.”
“The liquid as it passes into the chamber, B, volatilizes, and the gas passes through the nozzle of the injector, which is surrounded by water in direct communication with the sea by means of the opening, W.”
“Ammonium carbonate is used to some extent as a softening and cleaning agent, and is valuable, as there is no injurious effect upon clothing, because it readily volatilizes.”
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