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
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Do they dissolve and volatilize, and come back again into the air, so that we are breathing pins without knowing it?
It will not volatilize at a low red heat, nor will it decompose.
The mirror will volatilize harmlessly at the temperature of melting mercury, but the torpedoes must be destroyed.Spacehounds of IPC
Edward Elmer Smith
It must not be hot enough, however, to volatilize the sulfuric acid.Detection of the Common Food Adulterants
Edwin M. Bruce
The heat to which it was exposed was sufficient to volatilize the most infusible substances known to exist.The Astronomy of Milton's 'Paradise Lost'