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I'm relaunching this site yet again after a very long time of neglect. My goal is to work on it daily with the aim of really making this site into something useful.  
 
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I will be posting progress on [[OpenTutorial:Current_Events]]  - [[User:Hapa|Hapa]] ([[User talk:Hapa|talk]]) 02:12, 13 February 2019 (UTC)
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I'm relaunching this site yet again after a very long time of neglect. My goal is to work on it daily with the aim of really making this site into something useful.

I will be posting progress on User:Hapa/Todo - Hapa (talk) 02:12, 13 February 2019 (UTC)



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A Brief Intro of Distillation

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The wictionary.org definition of distillation is as follows:

Distillation

The separation of the volatile parts of a substance from the more fixed; specifically, the operation of driving off gas or vapor from volatile liquids or solids, by heat in a retort or still, and the condensation of the products as far as possible by a cool receiver, alembic, or condenser; rectification; vaporization; condensation; as, the distillation of illuminating gas and coal, of alcohol from sour mash, or of boric acid in steam.


The separation of alcohol from liquids such as wine is made possible because the boiling point of alcohol is lower than that of water. Alcohol's boiling point is Boiling point. 78 °C or 172 °F where as water's is 100 °C or 212 °F. We can take advantage of this differential by carefully raising the temperature of the liquid (commonly called wash) to the point where the alcohol in the wash evaporates but not the water.

We then capture this alcohol vapor and direct it through a cold, arduous passage. This has the effect of condensing the vapor back into liquid form, which we capture as concentrated alcohol (hard alcohol).

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