distillate

[ dis-tl-it, -eyt, dih-stil-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF distillate

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Titrate the distillate with N/10 alkali, using phenolphthalein as an indicator.

Tetanotoxine may be distilled, and be found in the distillate with other matters.

The distillate is spirits of turpentine, the residue is rosin.

The former are detected by examining the distillate as previously directed.

The first portion of the distillate will, therefore, be of this strength.

Distillate is the refuse left from the distillation of petroleum.

The distillate is purified by washing it with very dilute solution of potassa, and redistilling it from fused chloride of calcium.

The distillate is then saturated with fused chloride of calcium, and redistilled.

Gimme a coupler gallons o' distillate and some waste, somebody.

The distillate is received in long-necked bottles, holding about 1¼ gallon.

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