tar distillate

tar distillate

[′tär ‚dis·tə·lət]
(materials)
A petroleum product produced by a tar still to which is charged the tarlike bottoms from continuous crude stills, pressure stills, cracking coils, or other petroleum refinery equipment.
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Egashira, Separation of Coal Tar Distillate by Solvent Extraction-Separation of Extract Phase Using Distillation, J.
Indeed, in one source there was a great variation in efficacy among tar distillate fractions [5].
The remaining categories are the coal tar distillates (cresol), alcohols and oxidizing agents (hydrogen peroxide).
The basic EU legislation in this area is premised on Directive 76/769/EEC on restrictions on the marketing and use of certain dangerous substances and preparations, amending in particular Directive 94/60/EC, which specifies the maximum permissible concentrations and limited industrial applications where the use of creosote and similar coal tar distillates and preparations containing these products may be authorised.