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.
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During this time he repairs the defective spots, taking care to volatilize the mercury very slowly.
The piece is then washed in a body of water, dried, and put to the fire to volatilize the mercury.
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'|Thomas Orchard
The discharge may be anything from an imperceptible flow up to one of such violence as to volatilize the craft carrying it.Subspace Survivors|E. E. Smith
Propertius is deficient in that light touch and exquisitely polished taste which volatilize the sensuality and flattery of Horace.In the Mountains|Elizabeth von Arnim