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We expected the pesticides would volatilize and move outdoors or just dilute," Lioy says.
In addition, chlorine can volatilize, creating fumes that pose a hazard to plant personnel.
Vacuum vessel: Vacuum applied by a venturi generator reduces the boiling point of water, causing moisture in the pellets to volatilize and escape the pellet into the low-pressure environment.
Both of these methods aid with color and tannin extraction, and as a side benefit, they can volatilize and disperse certain unwanted compounds such as pyrazines in under-ripe or cool-climate Bordeaux varieties.
A flux designed for Pb-free processing can volatilize and vent until 217 [degrees] C when used with SAC alloy, but its outgassing paths will close off at 183 [degrees] C if used with SnPb solders.
This will allow chlorine, which is found in all of our water and burns African violet foliage, to volatilize harmlessly into the air.
Turpentine compounds volatilize from the wood chips at cooking temperature, 165-180[degrees]C.
They've shown that pesticides can volatilize unexpectedly in certain conditions, especially in extreme heat--so even though time has elapsed since a crop spraying, it still may not be safe for children to go near the fields.
This, as in the dead-horse arum, helps volatilize what is (to us) a foul smell.