Pesticides sprayed on southern soils volatilize
, or evaporate, move northward and accumulate in cool places such as Lake Superior, where they pose a potential threat to a variety of wildlife species.
Coal, petroleum shale, waxes, and many other organic materials contain light-molecular-weight fractions which quickly volatilize
and are dispersed when their matrix is pulverized at ambient temperatures.
Flame retardants that melt and volatilize
within the welding temperature range, such as that incorporated in the 30% talc-filled PP grade, can result in increased void formation.
Mercury released from broken thermometers may enter the water supply through drains or volatilize
into indoor air.
The higher the pH goes, the more the chlorine has a tendency to volatilize
and leave the water.
The main method for determining LOI involves heating samples to temperatures at which organic materials decompose and certain inorganic components volatilize
Higher pH manure such as lagoon effluent, poultry manures, and veal calf manures volatilize
more rapidly than manures with a pH below 7.
It is unique among dinitroaniline products because it does not photodegrade or volatilize
Even though it may not be visible, the mercury can slowly volatilize
indoors and may lead to chronic mercury poisoning through inhalation exposure.
This heat serves to volatilize
flavor, causing a significant loss of aroma.
Thin, runny buildup is often caused by low-MW fractions in the formulation, which volatilize
at the die exit and condense on the die face.