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Babo's law

/ (ˈbæbəʊz) /
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noun
chem the law stating that the vapour pressure of a solution is reduced in proportion to the amount of solute added
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Word Origin for Babo's law

C19: named after Lambert von Babo (1818–99), German chemist who formulated it

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