# Action on Lard Oil

If water is mixed with lard oil and heated (creating some super-critical liquid with water), how does this affect the volatility of the mixture in comparison with its purity..?

So, My question is: What happens when a mixture of lard oil and water is compressed and then heated to over some $\approx800^o\text{C}$ almost instantaneously?

Note: I'm no physicist or chemist, so simplicity would be appreciated :-)

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Are you making a car that runs on pigs? –  Ron Maimon Oct 19 '12 at 14:12
Nice suite to Chemistry.SE I think so... –  Waffle's Crazy Peanut Oct 19 '12 at 14:42
Water boils at 100 C, lard at around 50 C, so I can't imagine it lasting too long before a flash evaporation. –  Kyle Kanos Feb 28 at 1:14