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       Temperatures higher than those in the gas phase are necessary in the liquid phase because there can be no local spots of high temperature.  Benzine yield is best at pressures near atmospheric.  Synthol (alcohols, higher fatty acids, aldehydes, ketones, etc.) is formed at higher pressures.  Describes apparatus.  Bibliography.