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tr.v. de·vol·a·til·ized, de·vol·a·til·iz·ing, de·vol·a·til·iz·es
To remove volatile material from: devolatilize coal.

de·vol′a·til·i·za′tion (-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Seems like, O3 treatment decomposed major portion of adsorbed cephalexin into smaller products that was devolatilized at initial stage of heating.
The table 2 shows that in general the chars presented lower volatile matter in comparison to the precursor coals, which indicates that the coal samples were not completely devolatilized.
The same polymers are devolatilized (evaporation of monomers) and water can be deaerated, usually to prevent corrosion or adverse reactions due to dissolved oxygen, however most of these applications are not yet developed stage industrial.
The materials are mixed and devolatilized in the TSE process section, which is directly coupled to a sheet die.
Swelling and plastic properties of coal devolatilized at elevated pressures of H2 and He: Influences of added iron oxides.
The reaction mixture was devolatilized by heating at 150[degrees]C/5 mm Hg.
Most of the previous works on solid fuels were focused on combustion of carbon, char, coke, devolatilized coal and coal particles [2, 3].
Polymer solutions with up to 90% volatiles are devolatilized in a one-stage or two-stage process that typically reduces the volatile content down to the ppm level.
In the equivalent of nine pages, you get a fast-forward account of how the solar system came to be, and in the process you are introduced to such terms as refractory inclusions, chondrules, and devolatilized.