distillation[ dis-tl-ey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF distillation
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Yes, but not exhaustion, for I was only able to perform the distillation once.
This represents the process of distillation of country liquor.
These two compounds are gases and are formed in the distillation of wood and bones.
It boils at about 950° and can therefore be purified by distillation.
They are separated by distillation at different temperatures.
The Cabinet is, as it were, a distillation of Parliament, just as Parliament itself is a distillation of the country.
I then placed the salt in a small retort for distillation, as is described in 32.
From this by a process of distillation is obtained resin and spirits of turpentine.
They are extensively employed by confectioners, and also for distillation.
This is absolutely contrary to the true principles of distillation.