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The alembic (from the Arabic al-inbīq الأنبيق, from the Greek ambix ἄμβιξ, ‘cup’) or Alquitara (from the Arabic al-qaṭṭārah القطارة, ‘the one who distills’) is an apparatus used for the distillation of liquids through a process of evaporation by heating and subsequent condensation by cooling. It was invented by Al-Razi, genius of universal science, around the 10th century of our era, to produce perfumes, medicines and alcohol from fermented fruits.
It is a distillation toolsimple that is constituted by a boiler or retort, where the mixture is heated. The emitted vapors escape from the top and are cooled in a coil located in a water-cooled container. The resulting liquid is collected in the final tank.
The process consists of first evaporating the fluids with the lowest change of state temperature, so that, after condensation, they are more concentrated in the final medium. In this way aromas or alcohols are concentrated.
Laboratory stills are usually made of glass, butUsed to distill alcoholic beverages, they are normally made of copper, because this material does not flavor alcohol, resists acids and conducts heat well.
When liquids from the alcoholic fermentation of fruits are distilled, such as alcohol boils at a temperature (80 ° C), lower than that of water, the vapors that are first formed are those of that, although mixed with a small proportion of water , and it is possible to distill a substance with a higher alcoholic degree than the original.
The basic idea would be to heat the mixture to be distilled in the boiler. As the temperature increases, the more volatile products that will begin to rise are separated from the capital, which must have a certain volume in relation to that of the boiler, to avoid condensation of the evaporated liquid, and from there to the gooseneck, many times transformed into a coil in which the vapor condenses by reducing the temperature, and is collected in the final container in liquid form, aided by the cooling unit.