verb (used without object), vol·a·til·ized, vol·a·til·iz·ing.
verb (used with object), vol·a·til·ized, vol·a·til·iz·ing.
Origin of volatilize
Related Words for volatilizationagitation, leavening, evaporation, turbulence, souring, ebullition, bubbling, frothing, seething, volatilization
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Historical Examples of volatilization
The loss of potash and soda by volatilization and combination with the gangue is entirely avoided.
Sublimation is the volatilization of solid substances by heat, and their crystallization by cold again into solids.The Pyrotechnist's Treasury
It presents the appearance of a fused hard metallic mass incapable of volatilization.
The compound thus obtained is a deep red amorphous powder, readily capable of volatilization.
This drying, or the volatilization of the hydrocarbons, causes pores between the fibers of the paper.