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ebullioscopy

/ (ɪˌbʌlɪˈɒskəpɪ, ɪˌbʊl-) /
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noun
chem a technique for finding molecular weights of substances by measuring the extent to which they change the boiling point of a solvent
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Derived forms of ebullioscopy

ebullioscopic (ɪˌbʌlɪəˈskɒpɪk, ɪˌbʊl-), adjectiveebullioscopically, adverb

Word Origin for ebullioscopy

C19: from ebullioscope, from Latin ebullire to boil over + -scope
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