dystonic

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dystonic (comparative more dystonic, superlative most dystonic)

  1. (chemistry) Describing the isothermal isobaric reversible dissolution of a system of three or more components to form a saturated solution; typically describes the dissolution of a mixed salt in its own water of crystallization

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