volatilization love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act or process of volatilizing, etherealizing, or diffusing; the act or process of rendering volatile. Boyle. Also spelled volatilisation.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act or process of volatilizing, or rendering volatile; the state of being volatilized.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The conversion of a solid or liquid into a gas; vaporization; evaporation or sublimation

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Examples

  • “The limitations on organic detection in Mars-like soils by thermal volatilization–gas chromatography–MS and their implications for the Viking results.”

    First Contact

  • “The limitations on organic detection in Mars-like soils by thermal volatilization–gas chromatography–MS and their implications for the Viking results.”

    First Contact

  • One possible direct impact of climate change on cancer may be through increases in exposure to toxic chemicals that are known or suspected to cause cancer following heavy rainfall and by increased volatilization of chemicals under conditions of increased temperature.

    Coyote Blog » 2010 » April

  • As climate warming causes melting, the ice releases contaminants, either by volatilization or by release of particulate - associated contaminants into surface water, where further transport or entry into the food chain occurs.

    Potential impacts of indirect mechanisms of climate change on human health in the Arctic

  • Because of the potential for vapor intrusion, the assessment of TCE in the groundwater must consider both potential volatilization and exposure through inhalation (either through volatilization from groundwater through soil, or from water used in the home for washing), and any oral exposures from drinking water or dermal exposures (from washing or other uses of water) (Figure 2).

    TCE contamination of groundwater

  • Conversion of these oxides to nitrates, leaching of nitrates, and volatilization of ammonia from fertilized fields (only approximately half of the nutrient is actually assimilated by crops) and from animal wastes are the principal sources of nitrogen leakage into ecosystems.

    Global material cycles

  • If all treatment is completed, more than 20,000 tons of oil gas volatilization will be prevented.

    Beijing Promises Quality Air for Olympics

  • Possible contributing factors include dilution from the batter, loss of metals to the frying oils or volatilization. (p. 132)

    Lake Chapala: a review of "The Lerma-Lake Chapala watershed: evaluation and management"

  • Possible contributing factors include dilution from the batter, loss of metals to the frying oils or volatilization. (p. 132)

    Lake Chapala: a review of "The Lerma-Lake Chapala watershed: evaluation and management"

  • The volatilization (think evaporation for you non-science types, the rate at which something goes from liquid to gas) rates of most compounds (including odor causing ones in piss, notably ammonia and some volatile organic compounds) decrease as temperature decreases.

    drbigbeef Diary Entry

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