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diffusate

[dih-fyoo-zeyt] /dɪˈfyu zeɪt/
noun, Physical Chemistry.
1.
(in dialysis) the solution or the crystalline material that passes into it through the semipermeable membrane; dialyzate.
Origin of diffusate
1840-1850
First recorded in 1840-50; diffus(ion) + -ate1
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diffusate in Medicine

diffusate dif·fu·sate (dĭ-fyōō'zāt')
n.
See dialysate.

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