Tetanotoxine may be distilled, and be found in the distillate with other matters.
The distillate is spirits of turpentine, the residue is rosin.
The distillate, carefully rectified, yields two parts of pure acid, containing only 20 per cent.
Gimme a coupler gallons o' distillate and some waste, somebody.
The distillate is purified by washing it with very dilute solution of potassa, and redistilling it from fused chloride of calcium.
The distillate is received in long-necked bottles, holding about 1¼ gallon.
Render the distillate strongly alkaline with caustic potash and redistil.
Its vapor condensed gives a distillate containing 42 per cent.
To this quantity of distillate two carboys of oil of vitriol is added, and the oil and acid are agitated together for 20 minutes.
Hence it is necessary that the distillate be again itself distilled, the operation being repeated a number of times.
distillate dis·til·late (dĭs'tə-lāt', -lĭt, dĭ-stĭl'ĭt)
A liquid condensed from vapor in distillation.