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Distillation is a technique for separating components of a mixture on the basis of differing boiling points. The mixture is heated, vaporizing some of the components. The vapor is collected and conden [..]
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late 14c., "process of distilling," from Late Latin distillationem (nominative distillatio), noun of action from past participle stem of distillare (see distill). Meaning "product of di [..]
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The most basic refining operation that heats the crude oil and condenses the cuts in a fractionating column in order to separate the various petroleum products for further processing.
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A technique to remove or separate components in a liquid mixture. It works because chemicals have different boiling points. Vapours produced by boiling are cooled and then collected when condensed.
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n. Separation of the more volatile parts of a substance from those less volatile.
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Distillation is the technique of heating a liquid to create vapor which is collected when cooled separate from the original liquid.Examples: Pure water can be separated from salt water through distill [..]
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Boiling of a liquid to evaporation and subsequent condensation of the vapors for the purposes of purification and concentration. distilled spirit
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process in which crude oil is separated into specific fractions.
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Distillation is the process of purifying water or other liquids through the manipulation of water temperature.
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The process of separating two or more components by vaporization and condensation.
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Water treatment method where water is boiled to steam and condensed in a separate reservoir. Contaminants with higher boiling points than water do not vaporize and remain in the boiling flask.
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The extraction of volatile components of a mixture by the condensation and collection of the vapors that are produced as the mixture is heated.
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The evaporation and subsequent collection of a liquid by condensation.
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The evaporation of volatile materials from a liquid or solid mixture and their condensation in a separate vessel.
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The process of separating the components in a liquid by heating it to the point of vaporization, then cooling the mixture so it condenses into a purified and/or concentrated form. In the making of liquor, this distilled product is called "neutral spirits" because it has little flavor, color or aroma. T
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 A process of separating the components of a liquid by heating to the point of evaporation, then cooling until it condenses into a purified form.
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(n) the process of purifying a liquid by boiling it and condensing its vapors(n) a purified liquid produced by condensation from a vapor during distilling; the product of distilling
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The process of separating the components of a liquid mixture according to their different boiling points.
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vaporization of a substance with subsequent recovery of the vapor by condensation. Often used in less precise sense to refer to vaporization of volatile constituents of a fuel without subsequent condensation.
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A process where a liquid is vaporized to help separate the volatile portions.
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the process of heating a liquid to its boiling point, removing the vapors through a cooling and condensing apparatus, and finally collecting the condensed liquid in a separate receiver. It is commonly [..]
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When a mix of liquids is separated by heating it up because one liquid boils at a different temperature than the other.
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Distillation is a process in which one substance is boiled away from another and then collected. It is a process that purifies mixtures and solutions. Scientists often use lab equipment such as a dist [..]
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The separation and purification of a mixture of components by vapourisation followed by condensation, based on the different volatilities of each component. A typical experimental set up for distillat [..]
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The act of purifying liquids through boiling, so that the steam condenses to a pure liquid and the pollutants remain in a concentrated residue.
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The act of purifying liquids through boiling, so that the steam or gaseous vapors condense to a pure liquid. Pollutants and contaminants may remain in a concentrated residue.
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The act of purifying liquids through boiling, so that the steam or gaseous vapors condense to a pure liquid. Pollutants and contaminants may remain in a concentrated residue.
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Process of heating fermented mixture to separate alcohol from water content. Alcohol is condensed from vapor and concentrated in a “still.”
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is a two-stage water treatment method: 1) the liquid is boiled, producing water vapor; 2) the water vapor is condensed, leaving most contaminants behind. Distillation can be used to remove inorganic c [..]
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The process of seperating the components in a liquid by heating it to the point of vaporization, then cooling so it condenses into a purified form.
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1. The evaporation and subsequent collection of a liquid by condensation as a means of purification: the distillation of water. 2. The extraction of the volatile components of a mixture by the condens [..]
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A Chemical Process for separating the components of a liquid mixture by boiling and collecting condensed vapors.
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Separation of a mixture of liquids with different boiling points by progressively raising the temperature. In a refinery distillation unit the temperature rises continuously from the top to the bottom of the column and different fractions or cuts are drawn off at different heights.
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Separation of two liquid compounds by boiling point. For example, a mixture of two hydrocarbons can be heated so that the lower molecular weight hydrocarbon evaporates - if the vapour is not allowed t [..]
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The evaporation and subsequent collection of a liquid by condensation as a means of purification.
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The process of heating a liquid to its boiling point, removing the vapors through a cooling and condensing apparatus, and finally collecting the condensed vapors, as a liquid, in a separate receiver. [..]
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The purification of liquids by boiling. Distilled vapor is collected and condensed into a pure liquid.
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A process used to purify water by evaporation; boiling it and then collecting the steam as it condenses. Most pollutants remain in the unevaporated water.
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Distillation refers to the boiling of water to make steam, which is then collected and condensed for drinking. It’s expensive because of the amount of energy it uses. Distillation is available as po [..]
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Distillation produces high quality, treated water by heating the raw water until it turns to steam. The steam travels through a condensation coil, where it is cooled and condensed back into liquid for [..]
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The process of purifying a liquid by successive evaporation and condensation.
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The process by which water is converted into its vapour state by heating, and the vapour cooled and condensed back to the liquid state and collected. Used to remove solids and other impurities from the water. Multiple distillations are required for extreme purity.
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The primary method of producing essential oils is through steam distillation. Distillation is an age-old process. While the crude still of the past (almost identical to the simple country "moonsh [..]
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water treatment method where water is boiled to steam and condensd in a separate reservoir. Contaminants with higher boiling points than water do not vaporize and remain in the boiling flask.
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Purifying or separating liquids through boiling. The vapour condenses to pure liquid, and contaminants normally remain in a concentrated residue.
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the process of heating a liquid or solid until it sends off a gas or vapor and then cooling the gas or vapor until it becomes a liquid.
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Distillation is the sixth operation in alchemical transformation. Denoted by the symbol for the constellation Virgo. It is essentially a process of concentration, no matter on what level (physical, me [..]
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removing liquid alcohol from substance used to produce it by using heat.
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The first step in the refining process. Crude oil is heated in the base of a distillation tower. As the temperature increases, the crude's various compounds vaporise at their various boiling poin [..]
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(fractional distillation) a process based on the difference in boiling points of the liquids in the mixture to be separated. Successive vaporisation and condensation of crude oil in a fractionating co [..]
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The first stage in the refining process in which crude oil is heated and unfinished petroleum products are initially separated.
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The hydrocarbons in crude oil are distilled in order to separate heavier components, like asphalt, are segregated from light components such as kerosene.
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process of driving gas or vapor from liquids or solids by heating, then condensing the vapor for the purposes of separation, purification, or measurement.
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The general process of vaporizing liquids, crude oil, or one of its fractions in a closed vessel, collecting and condensing the vapors into liquids. Commercial forms of distillation in petroleum r [..]
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The process of driving off gas or vapor from liquids or solids usually by heating, and condensing the vapor back to liquid to purify, fractionate, or form new products.
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The process of heating a liquid to the boiling point, then allowing it to condense in order to collect molecules of different sizes.
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A method of separating mixtures based on differences in their volatilities in a boiling liquid mixture
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The process of boiling a liquid and condensing and collecting the vapour. This process is used to purify liquids and to separate liquid mixtures. In the oil industry, distillation is used to separate crude oil, which is a mixture of hydrocarbons with different boiling temperatures, into groups of hydrocarbons that boil between two specified boiling [..]
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The act of falling in drops, or the act of pouring out in drops. That which falls in drops. Johnson (chemistry,chemical engineering) The separation of the volatile parts of a substance from th [..]
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Distillation is the process of separating the components or substances from a liquid mixture by using selective boiling and condensation. Distillation may result in essentially complete separation (ne [..]
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Distillation is the process of separating the components or substances from a liquid mixture by using selective boiling and condensation. Distillation may result in essentially complete separation (ne [..]
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Distillation is the process of separating the components or substances from a liquid mixture by using selective boiling and condensation. Distillation may result in essentially complete separation (ne [..]
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Distillation is the second album by musician Erin McKeown. It was released via Signature Sounds in 2000.
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Distillation is the process of separating the components or substances from a liquid mixture by using selective boiling and condensation. Distillation may result in essentially complete separation (ne [..]
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Distillation is a 1997 compilation album released by Wishbone Ash. The album's fourth disc is composed solely of live recordings.
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