Not volatile; unable to be vaporized.
More example sentences
- The underlying principle is fairly straightforward: all organic material, animals and vegetables, contains fatty acids, albeit often in large involatile fat molecules.
- It is an apparatus for delivering an involatile reagent in gaseous form, wherein an involatile reagent source liquid is flash vaporized on a vaporization matrix structure at elevated temperature.
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