In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Unlike electric distillation, boiling is not required for solar distillation.
- Remarkable for the time, the production process in the new distillery was state of the art in terms of continuous distillation.
- Treatment of bottled water by distillation or reverse osmosis ensures oocyst removal.
- The apparatus used in a laboratory is known as a distillation train.
- However, in broad terms, petroleum can be divided into six fractions obtained from fractional distillation of the crude oil.
- One of the most important applications of vapor pressure is the purification of liquids by distillation.
- Distillation is an ancient technique known to many cultures.
- We also purify the glycerol by vacuum distillation.
- There are several ways of obtaining the oil, the most common being steam distillation.
- Briefly stated, a hydrosol is the water that remains after producing an essential oil via steam or water distillation.
- One can utilize lavender fresh, dried or by the oil, which is commercially extracted by steam distillation.
- For essential oil extraction, the seed is ground immediately before distillation to increase oil yield and minimize distillation time.
- Essential oils are usually extracted by steam distillation.
- DHA contains highly concentrated omega-3 fatty acids from ultra purified, concentrated by molecular distillation.
- A number of desalination methods are available, but the most popular are distillation and reverse osmosis.
- This event encourages great distillation of essential oils.
- Although distillation may be an effective water treatment, the water heating will add to your energy use.
- Distillation of the wine is carried out in proper copper pot stills, the sort used for cognac.
- For those who want to produce their own pure drinking water, passive-solar distillation is an inexpensive, low-tech option.
- Oxygen is produced commercially by the fractional distillation of liquid air.
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- Identification involves the distillation of social values into a set of personal values.
- In an information age, where time is of the essence, perhaps Poetry, the very distillation of life itself, has come into its own.
- This talk is a distillation of those visits.
- It is a compact distillation of a substantial amount of research.
- Distinct from the European surrealist writers, who were concerned with distillation of dreams, Neruda harnessed the natural world.
- This was an outgrowth or distillation of the same kind of thing that has been going on since the Enlightenment.
- In a sense art represents the distillation of what is best in a particular culture.
- And Parisians are the distillation of everything French.
- How does one engage in this process of distillation or characterisation that you say must be undertaken?
- Noam Chomsky does not cajole the listener; he presents his arguments - a distillation of copious reading - with disarming candor.
- This process of distillation allows us to impose order upon chaos and to justify the indefensible.
- Some months ago, I thought the Hot Wheels Shark Playset was an especially effective distillation of the id of young boys.
- The yield obtained through distillation reaches 2 % or at least it takes 50 kg of raw material to produce a liter of oil.
- Furthermore, the plan is more or less a distillation of a number of ideas down to a muddy nothing.
- A verse play was to be the distillation of this journey.
- Moreover, the book reads like a magical distillation of 19 th-century novels.
- In its simplest distillation, the strategy driving this American-led war is straightforward.
- Historically, B movies have existed as simplistic, inexpensive distillations of Hollywood's big-budget genre fare.
- Her poetry is a superb distillation of the black idiom, capturing tones from the exquisitely humorous to the hauntingly poignant.
- It is an arduous journey of spiritual sublimation and distillation to even get to the point where the Oath is even an option.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.