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 Company has also received permission from the Government of New Brunswick to add an appropriate amount of a mid coal tar distillate to the soil during the compliance test.
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.