azeotrope

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From Ancient Greek α- (a-, no) + ζέειν (zéein, to boil) + τρόπος (trópos, state).

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azeotrope (plural azeotropes)

  1. (physics) A mixture of two or more substances whose liquid and gaseous forms have the same composition (at a certain pressure); the substances cannot be separated by normal distillation.

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