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azeotropic mixture




Also known as a constant-boiling-point mixture, a solution of two or more liquids which on distillation behaves as a pure liquid: its boiling point is invariable at a given pressure, and the composition of the vapor phase is the same as that of the liquid. See also phase equilibria.


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