destructive distillation

destructive distillation
dry distillation, decomposition or destruction of organic substances by means of heat and an absence of air (produces products such as coke, charcoal, oils and gases)

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  • Destructive distillation — Destructive De*struc tive, a. [L. destructivus: cf. F. destructif.] Causing destruction; tending to bring about ruin, death, or devastation; ruinous; fatal; productive of serious evil; mischievous; pernicious; often with of or to; as,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • destructive distillation — n. the decomposition of a material, as coal, wood, etc., by heat in the absence of air, followed by the recovery of volatile products of the decomposition by condensation or other means: a type of calcination: see PYROLYSIS …   English World dictionary

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  • destructive distillation — dry distillation decomposition of a solid by heating in the absence of air, which results in volatile liquid products …   Medical dictionary

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  • destructive distillation — noun Date: circa 1831 decomposition of a substance (as wood, coal, or oil) by heat in a closed container and collection of the volatile products produced …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • destructive distillation — Chem. the decomposition of a substance, as wood or coal, by heating with a minimal exposure to air, and the collection of the volatile products formed. [1825 35] * * * …   Universalium

  • destructive distillation — noun The heating of a material, such as coal or wood, in an inert atmosphere, at a high temperature such as to cause decomposition; the principal products include oils …   Wiktionary

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