Still later, when large commercial plants were built to carry on destructive distillation of wood, beech was still a favorite.
Roots are grubbed by the ton and are subjected to destructive distillation.
A product of the oxidation of ethylic alcohol and of the destructive distillation of wood, applied locally as a counterirritant.
Many nitrogenous substances,853 when submitted to destructive distillation, also evolve hydrocyanic acid.
It contains apparently no azote, for it affords no ammonia by destructive distillation; but only an empyreumatic oil.
It is obtained from wood by destructive distillation in close vessels.
Methylia exists in herring brine, and is a frequent product of the destructive distillation of substances containing nitrogen.
The products of destructive distillation are numerous and varied.
This arises from the destructive distillation of imperfectly carbonized organic matter.
These, then, are the two main products of the destructive distillation of coal.
A process by which organic substances such as wood, coal, and oil shale are broken down by heat in the absence of air. This causes them to break down into solids, liquids, and gases, which are then used to make products such as coke, charcoal, oils, and ammonia.