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*  Reactive flash volatilization
"Reactive Flash Volatilization of Fluid Fuels" "Flash volatilization: a new biomass-to-liquids process". Biopact. 2006-11-04. ... Reactive flash volatilization (RFV) is a chemical process that rapidly converts nonvolatile solids and liquids to volatile ... A publication in the scientific journal Green Chemistry demonstrated that the process of reactive flash volatilization can be ... The first demonstration of reactive flash volatilization occurred by a series of experimental steps: The researchers start with ...
*  Ammonia volatilization from urea
Generally speaking, volatilization will be lower when urea is applied during the wetter and cooler conditions that generally ... Ammonia volatilization reduces the economic efficiency of agricultural cropping systems. Either yield will be reduced or ... The soil's pH also has a strong effect on the amount of volatilization. Specifically, highly alkaline soils (pH~8.2 or higher) ... More urease results in greater hydrolysis of urea and ammonia volatilization, particularly if urea fails to move into the soil ...
*  Volatilisation
While drifting or after drifting by volatilisation it can become vapor, gas. Obviously, volatilisation also affects other ... Volatilization is the process whereby a dissolved sample is vaporised. In atomic spectroscopy this is usually a two-step ... Herbicide volatilisation refers to evaporation or sublimation of a volatile herbicide. The effect of gaseous chemical is lost ... 2,4-D and dicamba are commonly used chemicals that are known to be subject to volatilisation but there are many others. ...
*  Nutrient management
Incorporation and/or injection of urea and ammonium-containing fertilizers decreases ammonia volatilization because good soil ... and volatilization (or other gas exchanges). There can be potential interactions because of differences in nutrient pathways ... reducing volatilization losses when these fertilizers are surface applied; these losses can be meaningful in high-residue, ... ammonia volatilization; and denitrification. Nitrogen management aims to maximize the efficiency with which crops use applied N ...
*  Rhodium
Hulett, G. A.; Berger, H. W. (1904). "VOLATILIZATION OF PLATINUM". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 26 (11): 1512. doi ...
*  Gravimetric analysis
In volatilization methods, removal of the analyte involves separation by heating or chemically decomposing a volatile sample at ... Another direct volatilization method involves carbonates which generally decompose to release carbon dioxide when acids are ... The two most common gravimetric methods using volatilization are those for water and carbon dioxide. An example of this method ... "Section 3-2: Volatilization methods". January 8, 2017. Retrieved January 8, 2017. Skoog, Douglas A (1996). Fundamentals of ...
*  Mercury (planet)
doi:10.1016/0019-1035(88)90118-2. Cameron, A. G. W. (1985). "The partial volatilization of Mercury". Icarus. 64 (2): 285-294. ...
*  Uranium trioxide
Alexander CA (2005). "Volatilization of urania under strongly oxidizing conditions". Journal of Nuclear Materials. 346 (2-3): ...
*  2,6-Lutidine
Significant volatilization loss was observed in liquid media. Estimated time for complete degradation was > 30 days. 2,6- ...
*  Lanny D. Schmidt
He is also well known for his work on millisecond reactors and reactive flash volatilization. Schmidt received a Bachelor of ... "Renewable Hydrogen from Nonvolatile Fuels by Reactive Flash Volatilization". Science. 314 (5800): 801-804. Bibcode:2006Sci... ...
*  1,2-Difluoroethane
One way is through volatilization from rivers and lakes. Henry's Law estimates that the volatilization half life from a model ...
*  List of hyperaccumulators
"Rhizosphere Bacteria Enhance Selenium Accumulation and Volatilization by Indian mustard". Plant Physiol. 119 (2): 565-574. doi: ...
*  Cover crop
1942), or gaseous denitrification or volatilization (Thorup-Kristensen et al. 2003). Catch crops are typically fast-growing ...
*  Electrical resistance heating remediation
Volatilization is the primary removal mechanism on most ERH sites. However, ERH can also be used to enhance other processes, ...
*  Pesticide drift
2,4-D and dicamba are commonly used chemicals that are known to be subject to volatilisation, but there are many others. ... Herbicides vary in their susceptibility to volatilisation. Prompt incorporation of the herbicide into the soil may reduce or ... Wind, temperature, and humidity also affect the rate of volatilisation, with humidity reducing it. ... Herbicide volatilisation refers to evaporation or sublimation of a volatile herbicide. The effect of a gaseous chemical is lost ...
*  Endrin
Primary methods of endrin disappearance from soil are volatilization and photodecomposition. Under ultraviolet light, endrin ...
*  Vanadium(III) chloride
Further heating of VCl3 decomposes with volatilization of VCl4, leaving VCl2. Upon heating under H2 at 675 °C (but less than ...
*  Clomazone
Effects of starch encapsulation on clomazone and atrazine movement in soil and clomazone volatilization. Weed Science. 43:445- ... Adsorption of the herbicide to soil solids slows degradation and volatilization. Encapsulation helps reduce volatility and ...
*  Organophosphate poisoning
"Pesticide News Story: Chlorpyrifos Preliminary Volatilization Assessment Suggests Bystander Risks of Concern; EPA Requests ... EPA requested comment on a preliminary evaluation of the potential risks to children and other bystanders from volatilization ...
*  Dimethyl telluride
... and volatilization". Mycological Research. 103 (3): 299-305. doi:10.1017/S0953756298007102. Epichem (Commercial supplier ...
*  Waelz process
... multi-stage zinc volatilisation furnace). Clay & Schoonraad 1976, p. 11. Harris 1936. Stewart, Daley & Stephens 2000, Recovery ...
*  SESOIL
It simulates contaminant transport and fate based on diffusion, adsorption, volatilization, biodegradation, and hydrolysis. ...
*  2-Chloropyridine
... exhibits extensive volatilization losses from water, less so when present in soil. Linnell, R. H., J. Org. ...
*  Paint
The widespread distribution of PCB suggests volatilization of this compound from surfaces, roofs etc. PCB is present in ...
*  Eutrophication
Nitrogen is released into the air because of ammonia volatilization and nitrous oxide production. The combustion of fossil ...