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- adj. non-volatile / nonvolatile
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not volatile; incapable of being vaporized.
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Yesterday's Washington Times had this editorial, culminating in these paragraphs: In the best-case scenario here, Mrs. Pelosi now has in hand a great example of how not to handle out-of-control protesters, whose right to speak their minds is as involatile as their acts of violence or property damage are felonies and misdemeanors.
White sublimate, adhering to sample: tin (involatile).
The stirrer makes the heating uniform, and the high temperature drives off all the water in the meal, while the involatile oil all remains.
A little passionate Protestant had sallied out to make bed with the gods; and the souls of such the just gods do truly take into certain shining realms whither poor involatile bodies of flesh may not follow.
This involatile protein is a mammalian male sex pheromone that stimulates a flexible response to individual-specific odours through associative learning and memory, allowing female sexual attraction to be inherent but selective towards particular males.
How is a liquid's boiling point affected by the addition of an insoluble and involatile material?