This softens the rubber and becomes, after volatilization of the Ammonia, hard and impermeable to gases and fluids.
Sublimation is the volatilization of solid substances by heat, and their crystallization by cold again into solids.
The loss of potash and soda by volatilization and combination with the gangue is entirely avoided.
The compound thus obtained is a deep red amorphous powder, readily capable of volatilization.
The volatilization increases very rapidly as the temperature rises.
It presents the appearance of a fused hard metallic mass incapable of volatilization.
An excess of silica, caused by the volatilization of alkaline matter with too strong firing, will bring on similar appearances.
This drying, or the volatilization of the hydrocarbons, causes pores between the fibers of the paper.
A valuable property of the zinc is that its volatilization indicates the fusing of the solder.
One of the excuses offered was the volatilization of the precious metal and its escape through the draft of the tall chimneys.
volatilization vol·a·til·i·za·tion (vŏl'ə-tl-ĭ-zā'shən)